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West Bengal: Two dead after gunmen open fire at TMC party office in Kharagpur, 3 injured

DNWEB21817 | 1/12/2017 | Author : Pooja Mehta | WC :171

The four gunmen fled after they opened fire and have not been traced yet.

Four unidentified gunmen opened fire at a Trinamool Congress party office in Kharagpur in West Midnapore district of West Bengal. Of the five people grievously injured in the incident, two have lost their lives.
The two dead have been identified as Trinamool Congress supporters Dharma and Srini Naidu. Naidu is the husband of local councillor of the area Puja Naidu.
The injured were rushed to the Kharagpur Subdivisional Hospital and Kharagpur Rail hospital. According to initial reports, some of them have suffered bullet injuries to their stomach, and one of them has also suffered a head injury. They continue to remain in a serious condition at the hospital.
Locals allege that the gunmen had first hurled country-made bombs at
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