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Girl kidnapped and brutally murdered in Kolkata

Kolkata, Mar 27, (Fast Mail News):-- A shocking incident has come to light with the girl child in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. A girl child was abducted and murdered in Tiljala police station area and the body was sealed in a suitcase. On the other hand, in view of the inaction of the police, the local people protested outside the police station late on Sunday night.


Despite registering a complaint about the incident, the local people are extremely angry with the inaction of the police. People surrounded the police station and pelted bricks and stones on Sunday night. People gathered in large numbers to register their protest against the police. During this, many women and men demonstrated by climbing the gate of the police station. However, seeing the protest turning violent, the police used force and used lathis.




 After this, under pressure, the police launched an intensive search operation and searched all the 32 flats of the residential complex present at the site of the incident. During the search operation, the body of the girl child was recovered in the suitcase, after which the police arrested the owner of the flat, Ashok Kumar. Ashok is a resident of Samastipur in Bihar.


Tiljala police station sources said that on Sunday, the girl was caught on CCTV camera leaving the house and entering an adjacent flat, since then no news of the girl was being received. Relatives have told that the girl was missing from the house since 8:00 am on Sunday. Around 12:00 o'clock the family lodged a complaint of his missing in the police station, but the police kept sitting on their hands. The action has been taken after massive protests late on Sunday night.


At present the police is interrogating Ashok Kumar. He will be produced in the court later in the afternoon. At the same time, the post-mortem of the dead body is being done, so that it can be ascertained whether the girl child has only been murdered or any other type of criminal incident has been carried out with her.

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