Bengal: 14 people surrender in TMC leader murder case, sent to jail
Fourteen persons surrendered before a West Midnapore district court which sent them to judicial custody till 25 October in a murder case of a TMC leader.
Midnapore: Fourteen persons on Tuesday surrendered before a West Midnapore district court which sent them to judicial custody till 25 October in a two-year-old murder case of a Trinamool Congress leader.
The 14 surrendered before the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Prasun Ghosh and prayed for bail.
However, the CJM rejected their bail plea and remanded them to judicial custody till 25 October.
Trinamool Congress leader and Zilla Parishad member Kakali Bardolui was hacked to death on 22 October, 2014, in Keshpur. An FIR was lodged against 28 people.
While two of them had been arrested, others were at large. Fourteen of them came to the court and surrendered on Tuesday.
The two, who had been arrested earlier, were now out on bail.
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