Those responsible for Cooch Behar killings to be tracked and -brought to book- Mamata


Mathabhanga, Apr 14 (UNI) West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday said those responsible for Cooch Behar killings will be tracked, ‘brought to book’. 
Ms Banerjee today met the families of those killed in the Sitalkuchi in Cooch Behar the stateThe chief minister said government will start probe into Cooch Behar killings to track, punish culprits of Sitalkuchi violence“Our inquiry will track everyone responsible for the cold-blooded killing and ensure they are punished as per law,” she said.
After meeting the families of the five villagers who were shot by Central forces personnel in Cooch Behar last week, the TMC supremo said that those responsible for the killings will be “tracked” and “brought to book”.
“Didi came to meet us here and said that she would help us as soon as the election ends. She consoled and gave us hope. We trust her,” the family members of those killed in Sitalkuchi said.
The chief minister said she will also ensure justice for the family of Ananda Burman, an 18-year-old first-time voter who was shot dead outside a polling booth in the same district.
The TMC supremo said that she could not meet the next of kin of the deceased earlier owing to a 72-hour ban on entry of political leaders in Cooch Behar, where four people were gunned down by CISF personnel, who fired in "self-defence", on April 10.