Kolkata: West Bengal state BJP senior leader Dilip Ghosh has said that playback singer KK was forced to sing and that it was murder.
Krishnakumar Kunnath, popularly known as playback singer KK, attended a college cultural festival in Kolkata on Tuesday night. Then his health suffered. He then returned to the hotel where he was staying. He was taken to hospital as his health deteriorated further.
There he was confirmed dead. The cause of his sudden death was reported to be a heart attack. The BJP and Congress have already demanded an inquiry into the death of singer KK.
West Bengal state BJP senior leader Dilip Ghosh has said that playback singer KK was forced to sing in the incident and it was a murder. This is what he said
” Playback singer KK died during a show in Kolkata. This is not an event organized by any college. The event was organized by DMC leaders. Despite the stress, he was forced to sing. He was sick and sweating. He wanted to leave. But not allowed. He was killed. “
The Trinamool Congress immediately responded to his interview. Trinamool Congress spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said:
Dilip Ghosh has been reprimanded by the party leadership for attacking his party colleagues, including his successor, West Bengal BJP leader Sukanta Majumdar. Dilip Ghosh is trying to maintain his presence in the BJP. Because of this he has been making such baseless allegations.
Kke’s manager knows better than Ghosh. It is the culture of the BJP to engage in such cheap and ugly politics on the death of someone. According to Dilip Ghosh, this is a struggle for existence. He has been condemned by the BJP leadership. He is very depressed. That is why he is talking like this. ”