Kolkata: Minister Zakir Hussain has been seriously injured in the bomb attack at Nimitta railway station in Murshidabad, West Bengal. Bengal Minister Zakir Hussain has been shifted from Jangipur Sub-Divisional Hospital to Government Hospital SSKM in Kolkata in the morning. He has been admitted to the Trauma Care Department of the hospital. On the other hand, the GRP has registered a case in connection with the bomb attack on Bengal minister Zakir Hussain. It will be ascertained whether the bomb was first planted or thrown at the same time. FSL officials have reached the spot on the spot.
20 people injured, 5 in critical condition
According to the latest information, besides the minister, 20 people were injured in the incident last night, out of which 5 people were seriously injured. All of them were admitted to Murshidabad Medical College, all five serious injured have been shifted to Kolkata. A senior official of the West Bengal Police said that the Minister of State for Labor was waiting for the train going to Kolkata on the number 2 platform of Zakir Hussain station at around 10 pm, when he was attacked. This is the first attack on a Bengal minister in recent years. West Bengal CID will now investigate the matter.
Mutual discord in TMC?
An official in the hospital said that the minister suffered injuries to the legs and lower abdomen. On the other hand, Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader and senior minister Malay Ghatak blamed ‘political rivals of the party’ for the attack, while Musharraf Hussain, who was expelled from the Trinamool, and Murshidabad district council’s president, claimed that this party The result of internal strife between. Let me tell you, elections are going to be held in West Bengal in April-May this year. Before this, political agitation is at its peak. On the one hand, TMC workers have been continuously accused of attacking RSS and BJP workers, on the other hand, this incident of attack on TMC leader and minister in the government has raised many serious questions.