CBI starts probe into Birbhum killings

Rampurhat (West Bengal) : A group of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrived at Bogtui town in West Bengal’s Birbhum locale on Saturday and began examination concerning the savagery guaranteed eight lives recently.

Unidentified individuals had on March 21 set 10 houses ablaze in the town, killing somewhere around eight individuals, including ladies and youngsters.

The CBI group, comprising of around 20 individuals, went inside the house where roasted assemblages of seven individuals were found.

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“We are beginning the examination today. We need to direct the test on a conflict balance as we have a cutoff time to meet,” the CBI official told PTI.

Investigators of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CSFL), a unit of the CBI, likewise visited the destroyed houses and began gathering tests.

The Calcutta High Court on Friday gave over the examination concerning the Birbhum killings to the CBI and set a cutoff time of April 7 to present its advancement report. PTI

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