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Swapan’s body taken to India

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A Correspondent
Jessore: Indian national Swapon Ghosh Tuna, who was killed in road accident here on Friday, was taken to his village home in India on Sunday afternoon.
Prior to that, Jessore Medical College Hospital Dr Kajal Mollik conducted an autopsy of Swapan.
His relatives received the body and took it to his Motiganj village home under Bangaon thana of North 24 Pargana in India through Benapole border, said Omar Sharif, officer-in-charge of Benapole check post immigration police
Besides, one of the six injured, Anjana Ghosh, sister-in-law of Swapan, succumbed to her injuries at a Kolkata hospital on Saturday noon.
The accident took place when the Benapole-bound private car carrying them collided with the Jessore-bound bus at Navarun in Jhikorgacha upazila on Jessore-Benapole road, leaving Swapon dead on the spot and six oth-ers injured.
On information, police rushed in and took the injured to Jessore Medical College Hospital. Swapon's body was also taken to the hospital for autopsy.
Of them, two critically injured women-- Kajal, wife of Swapan and her sister Anjana Ghosh -- were shifted to Apollo Hospitals Kolkata where Anjana died on Saturday.
The condition of Kajal has improved slightly, said Mira Ghosh, sister of Swapan.
Swapon along with his family members was returning home after visiting his father-in-law's house in Bangla-desh, she added.