Thursday, September 4, 2014

Student thrashed brutally in South Calcutta Law College for refusing to join TMCP.

Student thrashed brutally in Calcutta for refusing to join Trinamool Chhatra Parishad

Ani Chakroborty | BSNN | Kolkata | 03 Sept 2014::

Bengal’s politics is at nadir and with each day it passes, miseries are rising steadily, obviously with no imminent end to the humongous crisis thanks to a megalomaniac regime. How dreadful the state of affairs in the state is now can be ascertained from the horrific saga of Probal Chandra (name changed for security), a fresh student at the South Calcutta Law College (SCLC), known for its educational eminence for decades.

According to reports that have come in, Probal, on account of his disinclination to join the student wing of reigning Trinamool Congress or Trinamool Chhatra Parishad (TMCP), was abducted by the TMCP leaders within the college premises on September 3, 2014 and was virtually beaten to death almost. Due to merciless thrashing, his lips and eyes got injured while his right eye, when rescued by her elder sister’s relentless efforts, was found to pop out almost. Moreover, muriatic acid or hydrochloric acid was spread on the floor of Students’ room and Probal was asked to lick it. The incident abetted by retaliation was enough to make him unconscious.

Later on, the hapless victim or Probal Chandra was kept in an abandoned store room for hours and he was rescued from there finally. The chance communication of one of his friends to Krishna (name changed too), elder sister of Probal, led to his final release under the auspices of a special police team from Lalbazar.

But, before that the TMCP perpetrators forcefully managed a written statement from Probal for his concocted misbehavior with girl students and drinking alcohol in the campus.

Miss Mamata Banerjee, the CM of WB and all in all for the Trinamool state of affairs may be proud for making some prospective Arabul, Idrish, Iqbal or Anubrata also from the campus of SCLC.

But Krishna could not file any formal FIR against the perpetrators out of fear and this is not without reason. When a police team from local Gariahat police station went to South Calcutta Law College for an official investigation, TMCP’s members, backed by its queasy leadership, was found to be belligerent enough. The might of warring students was sufficient to make Krishna discard the idea of lodging any FIR. The Chandra family is still in fear and has decided to change the college of their ward once and for all.

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