However, police sources stated that preliminary investigation has ruled out the political angle behind the murder, adding that they are looking at various angles including a property dispute. Two persons have been detained in connection with the case.
With the violent scuffle involving Union minister Babul Supriyo and students on the Jadavpur University campus on September 19, the BJP has announced its ambitions for one of the state’s most prestigious universities and one of its last remaining Left bastions.
"Mamata Banerjee is saying that Hindu refugees will be thrown out of the country. I have come here to assure all my refugee brothers that there is no need to worry as the central government will not force them out of the country," Shah said.
Describing a section of JU students as “nothing less than terrorists”, West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh said there should be a Balakot-like surgical strike to “destroy anti-national hubs in JU campus”.
The Union minister, however, refused to leave the campus and entered into a verbal altercation with the students, who were from Students Federation of India ( SFI) and the All India Students' Association (AISA).
As soon as protesters broke the barricades and began pelting stones, a clash ensued between both parties. Sources said that several protesters were seriously injured, who were taken to the Howrah State General Hospital.
The incident took place on August 16 in 1990 at Hazra crossing near Banerjee's Kalighat residence. Prime accused Lalu Alam had allegedly hit Banerjee on the head with a stick, the impact of which had fractured her skull.
The Act, which came into effect from September 1, aims at stricter punishment for violation of traffic regulations and to bring discipline on roads. Besides Bengal, many states including, Madhya Pradsh, Odisha, Gujarat, Punjab and Telanagana have objected to the new law.
According to an organiser, Durga Puja committees are not liable to pay income tax for organising a religious festival and it was not possible to deduct TDS from workers who don't possess a PAN card and belong to unorganised sector.
While addressing an event in Thiruvananthapuram, Tharoor had said the BJP will write a new Constitution which will pave the way for a nation, much like Pakistan, where the rights of minorities are not respected.