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Saturday, August 20, 2011

MIDNAPORE SKELETONS CASE: 14-day judicial custody for Sushanta Ghosh!


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CNN-IBN / Posted on Aug 20, 2011 at 06:43pm IST.


Kolkata: Former CPI (M) minister Sushanta Ghosh has been remanded in judicial custody for 14 days. Ghosh was arrested in connection with the skeletons recovered from near his ancestral home in West Midnapore. The former minister has already been in CID remand for 11 days.
Ghosh was arrested in connection with the skeletons recovered from his near ancestral home in West Midnapore which are believed to be murdered Trinamool workers.
Ghosh allegedly masterminded the murder of seven Trinamool Congress workers nine years ago and remained untouched, thanks to a botched up police probe.

All that changed in June this year following the change of guard in the state's power corridors.  Five skeletons were dug up from a pit near Gosh's ancesteral home in Garbeta and the leader topped the list of the 40 CPI (M) men named in the FIR filed by the victims' relatives. A DNA test report identified two of the five skeletons as that of the slain Trinamool victims.
Ghosh is currently being interrogated. The CPI (M), however, claims that Ghosh has been framed.



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