Man hacked to death inside train in Bengal

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    BEHRAMPUR ( WEST BENGAL): A man was hacked to death inside the compartment of a local train on Monday when it was entering Bazarshaw station on Eastern Railway.

    The police said 36-year-old Khokhan Ghosh died inside the compartment of Katwa-Azimganj local train after two miscreants hacked him with sharp weapons inside the train.

    The miscreants fled as the train slowed down before entering the station, police said.

    Ghosh, a farmer, is a resident of Salar in Murshidabad district and was going to Behrampur.

    Police suspect the family feud behind the killing.

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    What the hell is wrong in WB nowadays? Ever since the communists left the seat of power, law and order has fallen like a pack of cards. And we have our Cleopatra blaming the communists on every misery that befalls her administration.
     
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    As I had stated earlier that Bengal is very unlucky in terms of governance! When commies were realizing their past mistakes and opening up their state with strict anti-unionionism posture. Then along came Polly.....errrr...... The Didi of Bhadraloks, decimated commies and the result is in front of us --Bengal in even more destitute condition!
     
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    Cleopatra? :lol:

    Indeed!

    Also, Nero.
     
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    question is will mms play ceasar ? :rofl:
     
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    It is just not nowadays - there has always been plenty of violence in WB, political and otherwise, just not reported. For the comrades, power flows from the barrel of the gun and after rise of TMC the goons who worked for Communists have shifted their loyalties to TMC.
     
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    Yeah. You know what, there is a very bad trend in Kolkata. In every galli (lanes and by lanes), you would find a club with youths, mostly unemployed. They either are communist or TMC supporters. You cannot buy an apartment or sell one, without paying them an amount. If you need electrical repair, you need to go to the club and request them, not go directly to the electrician. And there are so many examples. These goondas on every lane has been generated for over decades by the pathetic situation of the economy of WB.

    Once the economy opens up and labour laws are nullified, Bengal will progress like a rocket. It has a lot of potential, which as of now is mostly being used by other progressive States and Countries.
     
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    Change in attitude required!
     
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    Wrong. It's not attitude, it's the condition Bengal is in today. Do you think if a guy from one of those clubs get a job, he would be spending his time uselessly in the club? No.

    What is needed is an economic boost. Who would bring about that change is the question. Mamata clearly fares poorer than communists in my book. Great Expectations - crushed, by this lady.
     

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