The wound has not healed but Mamata has successfully covered it


The houses that were lively just even a few days ago are now in dust. The whole house has been turned into ashes. This is the place where people relatives were burnt to death. Three days after the incident, when Mihilal Sheikh, Banirul Sheikh and Mofiza Bibi return to the village their eyes were filled with tears. Regret and anger were clearly present in their tear. They are suffering from regret as they could not do anything out of fear even after seeing the violence in front of his eyes. They failed to save their loved ones.

On Thursday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee reached Bogtui village in Rampurhat and tried to give some sympathy to the bereaved. She assured them to stay by their side and to punish the culprits severely. She announced that five lakh rupees will be given to the families of the victims and a job for a family member. She also gave compensation of two lakh rupees for each of the burnt houses.

After Mamata’s announcement Mihilal Sheikh said, “Even if the wound is not healed, it is covered.” He has lost his wife, Shelley Bibi, and their seven-year-old daughter, Tuli, in Monday night’s incident. After Mamata left, Mihilal said, “I have faith in the Chief Minister. She will surely do justice.”

Banirul Sheikh also lost his wife, her daughter and his son-in-law. The son-in-law came to his father-in-law’s house with his wife on Shabe Barat’s leave and the couple also lost their lives in the attack on Monday night. Banirul’s response to the Chief Minister’s announcement was, “I have lost everything. The chief minister says the culprits will be punished, that’s all what I want.” “I am satisfied with the promise of the chief minister,” said Mofiza Bibi, daughter of Sona Sheikh, from whose house seven burnt bodies were recovered.


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