Bengal minister Jakir Hossain

West Bengal Minister Jakir Hossain and his supporters were hurt after a little unknown attackers hurled crude bombs their way at Nimtita railway station, in Murshidabad district, on Wednesday night, police stated.

Based on sources, the incident happened around 9.45 pm. Hossain, the minister of condition for work, was waiting on Platform No. 2 to trap a train to Kolkata as he was attacked.

Hospital sources stated Hossain endured serious injuries in the legs and hands. All of the hurt were come to the Murshidabad Medical College and Hospital.

Hossain is proven to be near to Suvendu Adhikari, former TMC minister who became a member of the BJP in December.

“It isn’t obvious that has attacked him. I’ve requested the SP to conduct an intensive probe in to the incident and discover who’s responsible,” stated Abu Taher Khan, TMC’s Murshidabad district president.

“The minister was attacked while he was against cow smuggling and corruption within the district. He’d opposed the folks involved with these activities. This may be exactly why he was targeted today. What the law states and order situation has hit an exciting-time lower in the condition,” stated Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Condition Congress president and Berhampore Lok Sabha MP.

“This incident is proof that there’s no law and order within the condition. Even ministers aren’t safe here,” stated Dilip Ghosh, condition BJP president.