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BREAKDOWN ON MILITANCY IN BENGAL: 4 ARRESTED FROM SEALDAH AND HOWRAH RAILWAY STATIONS

Monisha Mondal, Kolkata: A Special Task Force in Kolkata, acting on a credible source’s information arrested two members of Neo-JMB / IS (Islamic State) a banned Terror outfit. The accused hailing from Bangladesh were arrested from the vicinity of Sealdah Railway Station parking lot. A mobile phone was recovered from them containing Jihadi texts, books, photos and videos. The militants have been identified as Md. Jiaur Rahman (44) and Mamonur Rashid (33).

Pursuing to their statement, two other members of the same outfit were arrested from the vicinity of Howrah Railway Station and Jihadi Literature was seized from their possession on the early morning of Tuesday. The others accused have been identified as Md. Sahin Alam (23) from Bangladesh and Robiul Islam (35) from Birbhum in West Bengal.

The three arrested, hailing from Bangladesh reportedly took shelter in India to escape arrest and were further were involved in recruitment and collection of funds for organisation. The accused will be produced in court on Tuesday.

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CRIMINALS SHOULD BE BOOKED, IRRESPECTIVE OF THEIR RELIGION: USTAD RAZA ALI KHAN TO CM MAMATA

Subhendhu Pathak, ANM News: A group of distinguished Muslim citizens from Kolkata had written a letter to CM Mamata Banerjee against alleged favouritism towards the Muslim Community. The two major incidents brought in light were the assault on a junior doctor of the NRS and the harassment of former beauty queen, Ushoshi Sengupta.

The signatories asked her to dissipate the notion of alleged communal discrimination and be indifferent while taking action against wrongdoings.

ANM News had the opportunity to interact with eminent classical vocalist, Ustad Raza Ali Khan regarding the prevailing situation. He said that everyone should be dealt according to the law. He added that the Chief Minister should do constructive work as the alleged favouritism can be exploited by the opposition.

BHATPARA

3 MEMBER BJP DELEGATION TO VISIT VIOLENCE TORN BHATPARA

ANM News Desk: A three-member BJP central delegation led by former union minister S S Ahluwalia will visit trouble-torn Bhatpara on Saturday, where two persons were killed and several others injured in clashes between two groups suspected to be affiliated to the TMC and the BJP, party sources said Friday.

FAKE MONEY

SPECIAL TASK FORCE SEIZES FAKE NOTES AMOUNTING TO RS 2,00,000/- FROM RACKETEERS

Monisha Mondal, Kolkata: In pursuant to the disclosing statement of in custody accused Ashim Akram and on being led by him, the A/FICN team of Special Task Force intercepted two Nagpur, Maharashtra based Fake India Currency Note (FICN) racketeers at about 12.55 hrs from J L Nehru Road near Lindsay Street under New Market PS jurisdiction.

A huge amount of Counterfeit Indian Currency Notes amounting to Rs 2,00,000/- of denominations (Rs 2000/- X 100 pcs) were recovered and seized from their possesion. Thereafter they were arrested at about 16:55 hrs from the said spot for having direct complicity.

CHINA

THE ANCIENT REMEDY OF ACUPUNCTURE TO GRADUALLY SPREAD ITS ROOT IN INDIA

Monisha Mondal, Kolkata: ANM News was present to witness the auspicious Seminar on Indian Medical Mission To China and Sino-India Relations. The seminar was organised by The Consulate General of PR China at the office of the Chinese Consulate in Kolkata. Experts from China were present to elaborate the effectiveness of Acupuncture at a reasonable cost and to spread its availability in India.

 Acupuncture has a clearly recorded history of about 2,000 years but some claim that it has been practiced in China for some 4,000 years.

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KIN OF DECEASED AT NRS HOSPITAL CLAIMS OF ASSAULT BY DOCTORS

ANM News Desk: A kin of the 75 year old patient who died at NRSMCH claimed that it was not only his neighbours who were guilty but some doctors had allegedly assaulted them too. The family has demanded the release of CCTV footage and to punish whoever is found guilty. However, strikes are still continuing and no major steps have been take to break the impasse.

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FROM KOLKATA TO DELHI, DOCTORS UNITE AGAINST MAMATA BANERJEE

From Our Correspondent: Two junior doctors from Kolkata reached AIIMS in the national capital to express the detailed truth which has led to a massive movement among doctors against WB Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee.

“The staff tried their best to save the patient admitted in NRS following which the relatives threatened that 200-300 people will come within the next 2 hours to attack them, ” a student clarified adding that they had informed of the threat to police officials outside the hospital but no action was taken. Taking a dig at the mismanagement of security officials, he went on to say that goons called on by the relatives attacked two interns causing major injuries subsequently to which began their fight between life and death. The students clarified that according to various media statement and speculations, treatments in the Emergency ward hadn’t been suspended and were being continued full fledged. Mentioning the string of violence against doctors in West Bengal, they mentioned an attack in Bardhaman Medical College where a doctor remains critical with the chances of losing eye-sight due the injury. The third attack was in Malda and Murshidabad Medical College where a doctor had fractured his leg which followed the fourth attack in a MBBS hostel was set on fire.

“If we are not safe, how will we treat patients?” the junior doctors said adding that they were trying to treat patients in the best possible way amid the prevailing situations. They alleged that the attack wouldn’t have been possible without Government sponsored goons in West Bengal.

The doctors mentioned that CM Mamata Banerjee had let them down when she visited SSKM hospital and instead of solving the issue, threatened the protesting doctors giving them an ultimatum.

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WEST BENGAL PROTESTS: D.A.K. STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH DOCTORS

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: Doctors association Kashmir demands law against such violence with Doctors in West Bengal. DAK President Dr. Suhail Naik said that such things won’t be repeated at anymore because this is what is adding fuel to the fire.

He said that its a need of an hour to bring an ordinance and pass a law that whosoever pushes hooliganism and vandalise hospital property and so on reacts sharply with doctors need to put behind the bars.

In a addition to this DAK President urges authorities for rapid intervention in efforts not to get the profession off track. Meanwhile yesterday in a issued statement by them the association’s General Secretary Dr. Owais H Dar said that a doctor whether in Kashmir or West Bengal is our brother. The statement further reads out that the association is in solidarity with them.

HARSH VARDHAN

IMA DELEGATION MEETS DR. HARSH VARDHAN, WILL NOT MEET MAMATA

ANM News Desk: Indian Medical Association delegation met Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan over the prevailing situations in West Bengal. The minister had earlier urged the government to pass a law that makes any attack on doctors a non-bailable offence. 

MAMATA

DIDI AND DOCTORS FACE OFF: EYES ON 5 P.M. MEET

ANM News Desk: A day after Calcutta High Court refused to pass any interim order on the strike by junior doctors at state-run hospitals and asked the West Bengal government to persuade them to resume work and restore healthcare services, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee invited protesting students but they didn’t turn up. Following talks, a meeting with them is now being called at 5 pm on Saturday.