Police clueless about kidnapped intelligence officer, friend
Kolkata: An Intelligence officer and his
schoolteacher friend, allegedly kidnapped by Maoists from
Ayodhya area of Purulia district on October 22, are yet to
return home and their families said they have lost faith in
The families of Intelligence officer Partha Biswas and
his friend Soumyajit Basu were today told by DGP Naparajit
Mukherjee that police had failed to trace them.
"The DGP today admitted failure to rescue them saying
he did not have any clue on their whereabouts. We have lost
all faith on the administration," Biswas` wife Barnali told
reporters at the secretariat after meeting Mukherjee.
"Then on what basis were we assured by the
administration for the last 80 days? Even Chief Minister
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee declined to meet us on the plea of
preoccupation. Its our urgency not of the CM," Basu`s wife
Maoists have denied their involvement in the
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