After entering the Chief Minister’s residence, the seat in Navan submitted the investigation report

The Kolkata Police seat submitted a report to the Home Department on the incident of infiltration in the Chief Minister’s residence. The investigating officer of the seat submitted the report in a sealed cover on Tuesday. Security has been tightened at the Chief Minister’s residence after the July 3 incident. However, it is not yet clear that for what purpose a youth named Hafizul Mulla entered the Chief Minister’s house.

Investigators claim that Hafizul Mulla was arrested by the chief minister’s security personnel from inside the chief minister’s residence on the morning of July 3. Two days later, it was told that an iron rod had been recovered from him. During the hearing in the court on Monday, it was told that photographs of various sides of the Chief Minister’s residence have been recovered from Hafizul’s mobile phone. Hafizul had used 11 SIM cards in that mobile phone. Photos of the Chief Minister’s residence have been sent to Jharkhand-Bihar and even to Bangladesh.

The police claimed that Hafizul’s house was in Narayanpur village of Hasanabad. Hafizul, a driver by profession, had tried to enter Navanne once earlier as well. Thereafter he was arrested. Meanwhile, Hafizul’s family claims that the youth is mentally unbalanced.

CPM’s Rajya Sabha MP Bikashranjan Bhattacharya claimed that the entire incident was arranged. “Our chief minister tells the story of the possibility of loss of life in case of danger. Everyone has understood this.’ Vivek Sahayak, Chief Security Officer to the Chief Minister has been transferred in this case.