Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Police have arrested a man for allegedly preserving his mom’s dead body in a refrigerator for near two years and using her fingerprints to claim pension for her behalf. The arrest was made from residence of the man in Behala where the body was found in an refrigerator. The police kept the woman’s son and husband for interrogation. The episode occurred at 25 SN Chatterjee Road. As per reports, the lady, Bina Majumder, was a former government employee and had died in 2015. The report cited neighbours as saying that she was admitted to a hospital in 2015 where she died. Her son, Subhabrata Majumder – a meritorious Leather Technology student, brought the body back home but never performed her last rights. As per reports, additionally said that as Subhabrata was a student of leather technology, he had a reasonable thought of how to preserve leather. He used special chemicals to keep the body from getting spoiled. Distinctive chemicals were recuperated by the police from their home. The accused had even arranged an life certificate and with its assistance, he pulled back Rs 50,000 every month pension, which her mother should get. As indicated by police, another freezer, sufficiently huge to fit a body, was recovered from Subhabrata’s living arrangement. The cops are probing and making attempts to see whether the second one was meant to store his father’s body after his death.