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Assault charge on Sailesh

Krishnagar, Nov. 28: A police officer’s wife has accused Sailesh, the Tehatta SDPO who had allegedly fired at a mob leading to the death of one person, of assaulting her husband and threatening to shoot him.

Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Kishore Dey’s wife Chandrima today submitted to the district police control a complaint addressed to the Nadia police superintendent.

“SDPO Sailesh slapped and kicked my husband without any reason and threatened to shoot him yesterday. My husband is injured and admitted to hospital in serious condition. I pray for justice from you,” Chandrima wrote in her complaint.

Dey said Sailesh called him around 8.30am. “He hurled an expletive and asked me where I had been. He kicked and punched me without provocation. I suffered injuries in my left eye and lips,” Dey said.

SDPO Sailesh said over phone today: “I am not aware of any such incident. I left the guesthouse last morning and came to Calcutta.”

Nadia police chief Sabyasachi Raman Mishra said he was yet to receive the complaint. “But I have started an enquiry on my own,” Mishra said.