TMC leader’s car found damaged
The car of Rukbanur Rahman, Trinamool Congress candidate for Chapra Assembly seat in Nadia district, was found damaged on Saturday.
Chapra: The car of Rukbanur Rahman, Trinamool Congress candidate for Chapra Assembly seat in Nadia district, was found damaged on Saturday.
Rukbanur, the brother of computer graphics teacher Rizwanur Rehman, alleged that it could be the handiwork of the CPI(M) or the Jan Lok Satta candidate, Akilur Rahaman, his uncle.
"The side window and the rear of the Tata Qualis was found smashed this morning," he said.
CPI(M) candidate, Samsul Islam Molla, denied the charge and said it could be the outcome of intra-party rivalry in the Trinamool Congress.
Rukbanur said his uncle, who had arrived from Kolkata on Friday was campaigning with a photograph of Rizwanur, whose body was found mysteriously beside railway tracks on September 21, 2007 a month after his marriage to the daughter of industrialist Ashok Todi.
Advocate Nafirul Islam, who is campaigning for Rukbanur described the relations between Rukbanur and Akilur as bitter.
Rukbanur said, "He is using my brother`s photograph to get sympathy votes. He cannot do so without my and my mother`s consent. I have brought it to the knowledge of the election observer and the police. We will lodge a complaint against him soon."
"We are also not keeping him out of the list of suspects for damage to my car," he said.