Skeletons found in Lalgarh jungle
Kolkata: Parts of human skeletons, including
crushed skulls and bones, were on Saturday found inside a bushy area
at a village in strife-torn Maoist strongholds of Lalgarh in
West Midnapore district.
Although police and district authority were tight-lipped
about the incident, villagers said that the skeletal remains
were found along the bushy area at Dangbahara village near
Villagers had already informed the police, according to
Lalgarh, a hotbed of armed Maoist activities for the last
two years, witnessed large-scale violence that led to many
Meanwhile, police said that four persons were injured,
two of them seriously, when armed miscreants today raided a
relief camp of homeless Trinamool Congress activists at
Goaltore in the district.
The seriously injured were rushed to a hospital.
Trinamool sources alleged that the raiders belonged to
CPI-M who ransacked the camp and seriously assaulted the
After the attack, the camp that housed about 150 homeless
people was left deserted.
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