Trinamool's Arabul arrested for attack on Rezzak
Kolkata, Jan 17 : Former Trinamool Congress legislator Arabul Islam was Thursday arrested for allegedly leading attacks against CPI-M leader Abdur Rezzak Mollah and other Marxist activists, police said.
Arabul was taken into custody on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass, district police superintendent Pravin Tripathi told IANS.
Mollah, a former minister and a senior legislator, was severely beaten up by Trinamool workers led by Arabul Jan 6 when he went to Bamanghata area where a Communist Party of India-Marxist office had been damaged.
Mollah was admitted to hospital with multiple injuries. The attack caused a political uproar.
The disturbances stretched to Jan 8 when a number of political activists were injured in firing and clashes between the Trinamool and CPI-M.
Governor M. K. Narayanan had said: "This is not a good political culture. I think some sort of goondaism is going on here."(IANS)
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