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Lawyer assaults youth for stealing pigeon

By on October 20, 2019

first_imgKolkata: A youth was beaten up badly by a lawyer for allegedly stealing a pigeon from his house. When the youth’s grandmother tried to protect him, she was also allegedly beaten up. The incident recently took place at Betai Bazaar at Tehatta in Nadia.According to sources, approximately two months ago, the lawyer identified as Gobinda Biswas started keeping pigeons as pets on the roof of his house. After a few days, his wife noticed a youth identified as Nayan Chowdhuri was stealing his pigeons. She immediately informed Biswas and who tried to nab Chowdhuri by giving him a chase but failed. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersAfter a few days of the incident, Biswas went to Chowdhiri’s house with a few people. As per the plan, a few days a kangaroo court was organised at Biswas’s house. During an argument, Biswas lost his temper and started beating Chowdhuri with a stick. Someone from the crowd recorded a video of the incident and uploaded it on social media.It is alleged that despite Chowdhuri apologised for his mistake Biswas did not stop beating him. On the contrary, when Chowdhuri’s grandmother tried to protect him by shielding him Biswas did not spare her. Later on Saturday, Chowdhuri’s family members lodged a complaint against Biswas at Tehatta police station but till Sunday he was not arrested. After the video went viral, Biswas on Sunday apologised for his act in a TV channel. Sources informed Chowdhuri’s father was a labourer and lived outside Bengal for work.last_img read more

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Annan appoints monitors for Somali arms embargo

By on October 6, 2019

The four members, who will be based in Nairobi, Kenya, are Melvin E. Holt of the United States, Li Changseng of China, John Tambi of Sierra Leone and Joel Salek of Colombia, according to a letter to the Council made public today.Meanwhile, in the Lower Juba region of southern Somalia, a UN staff member was abducted earlier in the day, according to the Office of the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia.”The UN is in communication with the de facto authorities in the region that are taking steps to secure the release of the staff member,” the Office said, without naming the victim. read more

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