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22 Jan 2017

West Bengal BJP vice president sent to police custody

Dwaipayan Ghosh | TNN | Jan 21, 2017, KOLKATA: BJP state vice president Jayprakash Majumdar on Saturday was remanded to 13 days of judicial remand by a local court. His troubles though seem to have multiplied with the police slapping sections 409 (Criminal breach of trust by public servant, or by banker, merchant or agent which shall be punished with or with imprisonment of either descrip-tion for a term which may extend to ten years, and shall also be liable to fine) and 120 B (criminal conspiracy) on Saturday.
The police had already added section 195B (threat) earlier on charges that he was trying to threat the complainants.
BJP's top leadership — in the form of Rupa Ganguly and Locket Chatterjee — though was present in the court to register their support for him and reinstating that he was a "political victim." "Each day they are planning out their strategy and conspiring how to keep him in jail even though there is little proof against him," claimed Locket.
Police, on their part, claimed that they have submitted the CCTV footage which shows that he had threatened the complainants at his office. They claimed that during the questioning of Majumdar, three more names of BJP leaders have come up. Additional PP Sandeep Bhattarcharya claimed that Majumdar was an influential person and that he had threatened inside court when his lawyer said that they will move a defamation suit against the complainant. The defence lawyer moved bail application yet again and questioned the evidence against his client. Finally the court sent Majumdar to jail custody till February 3.
The development comes on the same day that Bidhannagar police arrested two more persons who had promised a job to one Mohd Hassan Ali from Mahisadal in a school if he paid Rs 1 lakh. The police claimed the accused were picked up from near Bikash Bhawan after setting up an elaborate trap.
According to the complainant, Majumdar allegedly took over Rs. 7 lakh from examinees of Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) for primary sections with the promise of giving them jobs. The complaint was registered six months ago. A complaint was lodged at the Bidhannagar North Police Station in August last year by a man named Arup Ratan Roy. The complainant had alleged that he was threatened when he tried to recover the money.

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