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Bengal Suicide: Panic over NRC is taking lives

Sabrangindia 19 Nov 2019

First published on October 22, 2019


32-year-old brick kiln worker Kamal Hossain Mondal who was worried about his family’s fate if the NRC is implemented in Bengal,was found hanging from a tree near his house on September 22nd. In the Basirhat area itself, four other persons – including two women – died towards the end of September, allegedly over NRC panic.  With widespread panic all around Bengal and over 11 deaths related to the NRC, the common working class is suffering the most.

 
 

Bengal Suicide: Panic over NRC is taking lives

First published on October 22, 2019


32-year-old brick kiln worker Kamal Hossain Mondal who was worried about his family’s fate if the NRC is implemented in Bengal,was found hanging from a tree near his house on September 22nd. In the Basirhat area itself, four other persons – including two women – died towards the end of September, allegedly over NRC panic.  With widespread panic all around Bengal and over 11 deaths related to the NRC, the common working class is suffering the most.

 
 

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