New Delhi : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday arrested an absconding person from Pune in Maharashtra in a case related to violence and other offences in West Bengal, CBI statement said.
The accused was produced before the Court which sent him on transit remand for four days, the agency said.
CBI had registered the case on August 25 on the orders of Calcutta High Court in connection with post poll violence in West Bengal, and took over the investigation of the case earlier registered at Kotwali Police Station in Nadia.
It was alleged that the accused along with unknown others assembled and broke into the complainant’s house with weapons sharp dagger, pipes of tube well, iron rod and firearms.
They allegedly ransacked the house and dragged out the husband of the complainant. One of the accused allegedly shot in the head the complainant’s husband, CBI said.
The victim was taken to Shaktinagar district hospital, where he was declared dead.
After investigation, CBI filed a charge sheet on September 10 against 15 persons in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Krishnanagar, Nadia. 12 persons are presently in Judicial Custody.