Briefly State: Behala murders: Weapons recovered

The weapons used in the Behala murders have been recovered from two water bodies near the residence of the prime accused in the suburbs of Kolkata.

Written by Express News Service | Published:September 11, 2012 3:31 am

Kolkata: The weapons used in the Behala murders have been recovered from two water bodies near the residence of the prime accused in the suburbs of Kolkata. After interrogating the four,the victim’s staff Munna and three contract killers,it was learnt that two daggers and a screw driver used in carrying out the gruesome murders of Dipak Bhattacharya,his mother and two domestic helps had been thrown into a canal near Munna’s house.

Divers from Kolkata went to Amtala and recovered the weapons from Kelopara Canal and Daspara pond. The weapons have been sent for a forensic test.

Two more succumb to dengue

KOLKATA: Two persons died of dengue in Kolkata on Monday.

Sunil Kumar Das,a retired Central government employee residing in Ultadanga,and Baghuiti resident Nikhil Roy were admitted to a private hospital in Lake Town on August 30. Their blood test confirmed that they was suffering from hemorregic dengue. Meanwhile,virologist are of the opinion that although the rate of hemorregic dengue cases have come down,but on an average the dengue cases have been rising,with most of them complaining of severe gasterontological problem along with dengue.

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