Bengal MLA’s death: Mamata tells President Kovind ‘it’s suicide not murder’ | India News

NEW DELHI: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee wrote to President Ramnath Kovind on Wednesday, providing him with details of the death of the BJP’s Hemtabad MLA Debendra Nath Roy.
In the letter, Mamata said that the death of BJP’s Hemtabad MLA is a “case of suspected suicide” and not a political one as projected by the party.
“On receipt of post-mortem report and on primary investigation, West Bengal Police has reported that it is a case of suspected suicide and could be related to some local money transfer activities,” she said in the letter.
“The note found in a pocket of the deceased also names two persons who are allegedly found to be related to such money transfer activities in the locality. Therefore, I am sorry to say that it does not appear to be a political case as being projected by BJP,” Banerjee added.
TMC has alleged that the MLA who found hanging from the ceiling of a shop in north Bengal’s Hemtabad may have been involved in the “disappearance” of substantial cash from a mini bank.
Ray, was secretary of a local mini bank since 2012 and a probe by the Assistant Registrar of Cooperative Banks or ARCS found that of Rs 4.97 crore deposited in the bank, only Rs 2.37 crore was accounted for. A sum of Rs 2.6 crore was “not found in the bank,” a statement said.
Roy’s family and party leaders have alleged it was a “cold-blooded murder by Trinamool Congress”.

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