Kolkata: A social activist has lodged a complaint against expelled Trinamool Congress leader Arabul Islam in connection with the October 25 violence at Bhangar in South 24 Parganas, in which two persons died.
Activist Biplab Chowdhury lodged a complaint yesterday at Kolkata Leather Complex police station against Arabul Islam alleging that he was responsible for the October 25 violence in Bhangar, the police said today.
Chowdhury also demanded that his complaint be treated as an FIR against Islam, they added.
Meanwhile, another person has been arrested in connection with the Bhangar violence on October 25, taking the total number of people arrested to 13.
TMC on Tuesday announced expulsion of Arabul Islam for a period of six years on charges of indiscipline and misconduct.
Two days after his expulsion from the party, Islam sent a letter to TMC supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjere apologising for his conduct.
A social activist Biswanath Chowdhury, who is suspected to have been involved in the clash, was arrested today, the police added.