Hotel victims' kin demand speedy probe
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KOLKATA: The family of Anindita Banerjee - who had been murdered in a Bhubaneswar hotel with her daughter Alokananda on October 28 - have approached the South 24-Parganas police to unravel the mystery.
Anindita's family, who stay at Maheshtala in South 24-Parganas, claim that her husband Snehashish was involved in an extra-marital affair.
He is now absconding. Police said that all angles of the case are being probed. The victims were identified by Anindita's brother Swayamsiddha.
South 24-Parganas SP D.K. Ganguly said nothing conclusive had been found so far, and the district police are in touch with their counterparts in Bhubaneswar.
"The Bhubaneswar police are investigating the case. We have passed some information to them and helped them visit Banerjee's house in Behala," said Ganguly.
"Snehashish's neighbours in Behala have not been able to throw much light on the relationship between the two. Most claimed that the Banerjees were a happy couple, but we can never be sure," said an officer.
Police say that Snehashish's method of planning the trip was suspicious.
"Even his own family was told that he was going to Digha, although he went to Bhubaneswar," an officer informed.
Full credit for this news article goes to: Times of India, India
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