The varsity's SFI unit leader Somnath Sau said the students will not allow anyone who "promotes hatred among communities" to spread propaganda on the soil of Visva Bharati, which stands for the ideals of Rabindranath Tagore.
According to Chief Wildlife Warden R K Sinha, the pugmarks, suspected to be of a tigress and her cub, were discovered by villagers in the forest areas of Jhargram and Bankura district, besides the West Bengal-Jharkhand border areas.
“The State Transport Undertakings will operate about 22 per cent additional buses tomorrow,” a Transport Department official quoted minister Adhikari.
The entire process of the no-confidence motion in the 35-member civic body was held in the presence of North 24 Parganas district magistrate, as per the HC’s Monday orders.
Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Murlidhar Sharma said on Tuesday that a team raided a single-storeyed building at Ayubnagar in Nadial, from where the factory was being run, and arrested one of the owners, Abdul Kayum alias Munna (28), late Monday night.
The rally was held without any political banners and colours and a large number of students, residents and even political leaders, including CPM’s Sujan Chakraborty, also joined in.
Dhankhar, who has been at loggerheads with the state government over a range of issues, said the silence of authorities over what happened at Jadavpur University is “painfully worrisome”
The North Bengal State Transport Corporation will run 655 buses compared to a daily average of 605 buses, he said.
A police officials said "we cannot confirm rape till we get the postmortem report. However, a case of gangrape has been registered on the basis of her family's complaint and the accused have been arrested."
Acting on a tip-off, a police team raided a single-storied building at Nadial in the city's Port area and busted the arms manufacturing unit.
Dilip Ghosh hit out at CM Mamata Banerjee for describing the incident as a “fascist surgical strike” and sending a delegation to meet the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi where at least 26 persons, including JNUSU president Aishi Ghosh, were injured.
“Whatever is happening across the country is very disturbing. I, too, was involved with student politics at one point in time, but I have never witnessed or heard this sort of an attack on students and educational institutions before,” the Chief Minister said.
After repeated attempts to calm the situation, police officials said they had to charge batons to disperse the rallyists.
“Our government never supported any bandh. We support their (Left) issues, but not the bandh. We will continue with our movement (against CAA and NRC). All parties should believe in democratic movement,” said Mamata Banerjee.
Union minister Babul Supriyo launched the campaign from the state BJP headquarters in Kolkata, while state party president Dilip Ghosh started the drive with East Bardhaman district’s Katwa.
“One of the injured persons died at 2.35 am, while the other is out of danger,” said Dr Amitava Saha, Deputy Superintendent of Burdwan Medical College Hospital.
Police, however, are yet to file an FIR against Hazra, a former Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP, who denied the allegations.
"One of the two injured persons who were taken to the Bardhaman Medical College and Hospital, succumbed to his injuries," state minister Swapan Debnath was quoted as saying by PTI.
“Noor Hossain was arrested from Amdanga area in the district and a suo motu case of unintentional murder along with other sections has been registered against him,” a senior police officer said.
A case has been lodged at Park Street Police station on the basis of the complaint of the victim, who is a resident of the Howrah district.