Broken doors, crowded venue: BJP’s Dilip Ghosh attacks Mamata Banerjee’s govt over KK’s death

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The passing of Bollywood playback vocalist KK is by all accounts working up a political column with BJP’s public VP Dilip Ghosh preparing his firearms on the Mamata Banerjee-drove Bengal government.

He faulted the Kolkata organization for “utter confusion” during the KK’s show.
Nazrul Mancha in Kolkata that facilitated KK’s last presentation.

The famous artist died at Kolkata’s Grand Hotel not long after he got back from the show. He had whined of intensity during the show.
KK’s last tune list.

KK passing: Auditorium staff member utilized fire douser to scatter swarm

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The assembly hall was stuffed to limit. As per a few records, the scene surpassed its ability as fans with and without passes jammed in and around the hall to get a brief look at their number one vocalist.
A fan who went to the show said there was a monstrous group. “The limit of the hall was 2,500-3,000. However, participation was practically twofold,” the fan said.

As a matter of fact, the entryways of the hall had fallen off their pivots, and bases of gatekeeper rails were broken as the gigantic group pushed and pushed to get in.
The broke base of a watchman rail outside the hall.

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Among the numerous recordings of the show, a clasp of KK apparently whining about the intensity in the hall has likewise surfaced. He is seen cleaning his perspiration on a towel and afterward conversing with a colleague, pointing upwards, apparently towards the cooling.

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