The West Bengal CID on Wednesday arrested a person in reference to the demise of BJP chief Debendra Nath Roy who was discovered hanging close to his residence in North Dinajpur district two days in the past, an official stated.
Nilay Sinha, named within the purported suicide word of the Hemtabad MLA, was picked up from English Bazar space of Malda on Tuesday by the native police. He was later handed over to the CID. The company formally arrested him on Wednesday, he stated.
A Raiganj courtroom remanded Mr Sinha to 10 days in police custody.
The CID remains to be in search of Mahbud Ali, one other individual named within the word recovered from the shirt pocket of the the MLA.
“We are questioning Mr Sinha. Our sleuths are in search of the other person and hopefully, we will be able to nab him soon,” the IPS officer stated.
Mr Roy was discovered hanging in a market close to his residence at Hemtabad on Monday. His members of the family and BJP leaders alleged that it was a “cold-blooded murder by the Trinamool Congress”.
The ruling get together denied the cost and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee stated it’s suspected to be a case of suicide.
The BJP had known as a 12-hour bandh in North Bengal on Tuesday to protest the “political murder” and demand a CBI probe into it.