KOLKATA: Five children were injured after a group of miscreants threw crude bombs at them for being caught storing them. The youths were injured by shrapnel. The incident happened at Narendrapur in southern 24 Parganas, where the boys spotted a mud hut where some miscreants were storing crude bombs, and peeked through the holes in the wall out of curiosity , police said.

“The underage boys, while playing, approached the shack and noticed the illegal activities. The suspects first asked the boys to go home, but the curious teenagers continued to wander around the hut. Suddenly the disbelievers threw bombs at them,” an officer from Narendrapur police station said. As news of the attack spread, representatives of the National Commission for the Protection of Children’s Rights (NCPCR) visited the scene and met with the injured minors and their family members.

Meanwhile, local residents told police there was a rivalry between two ruling Trinamool Congressional groups and that the stockpile of crude bombs was one of them. The injured miners are Arnab Haldar (13), Surya Chowdhury (13), Bikram Naskar (12), Suman Das (12) and Laltu Auddy (13). They were taken to nearby Baghajatin General Hospital for treatment.

“Residents have alleged that TMC Sonarpur Samiti panchayat chairman Prabir Sarkar and local panchayat member Basudeb Mondal are involved in a long-running rivalry over control of the water-strewn area. and wetlands. Rivalry has surfaced over the organization of the Jagadhhatri puja in the Mondal-controlled area, and Sarkar is desperate to establish his dominance,” a police officer said.

Mondal alleged that Sarkar’s supporters demolished the puja pandal on Friday morning, and later that evening they threw bombs to create unrest in the area. Sarkar, however, refuted the allegation
South 24 Parganas District CPM Secretary Shamik Lahiri said the state is now run by disbelievers and even children are not spared. Police have arrested seven people so far and seized a huge cache of raw bombs.

KOLKATA: Five children were injured after a group of miscreants threw crude bombs at them for being caught storing them. The youths were injured by shrapnel. The incident happened at Narendrapur in southern 24 Parganas, where the boys spotted a mud hut where some miscreants were storing crude bombs, and peeked through the holes in the wall out of curiosity , police said. “The underage boys, while playing, approached the shack and noticed the illegal activities. The suspects first asked the boys to go home, but the curious teenagers continued to wander around the hut. Suddenly the disbelievers threw bombs at them,” an officer from Narendrapur police station said. As news of the attack spread, representatives of the National Commission for the Protection of Children’s Rights (NCPCR) visited the scene and met with the injured minors and their family members. Meanwhile, local residents told police there was a rivalry between two ruling Trinamool Congressional groups and that the stockpile of crude bombs was one of them. The injured miners are Arnab Haldar (13), Surya Chowdhury (13), Bikram Naskar (12), Suman Das (12) and Laltu Auddy (13). They were taken to nearby Baghajatin General Hospital for treatment. “Residents have alleged that TMC Sonarpur Samiti panchayat chairman Prabir Sarkar and local panchayat member Basudeb Mondal are involved in a long-running rivalry over control of the water-strewn area. and wetlands. Rivalry has surfaced over the organization of the Jagadhhatri puja in the Mondal-controlled area, and Sarkar is desperate to establish his dominance,” a police officer said. Mondal alleged that Sarkar’s supporters demolished the puja pandal on Friday morning, and later that evening they threw bombs to create unrest in the area. Sarkar, however, refuted the allegation. CPM South 24 Parganas District Secretary Shamik Lahiri said the state is now run by disbelievers and even children are not spared. Police have arrested seven people so far and seized a huge cache of raw bombs. .