West Bengal Police rules out political enmity in BJP workers' murder
West Bengal Police ruled out political enmity in connection with the murders of the BJP workers. The bodies of two BJP workers were found under suspicious circumstances in Purulia district.
Briefing about the reasons for the alleged murder of BJP workers, Joy Biswas, Purulia SP, said, "In the preliminary investigation in the 1st incident, it seems to be the case of personal enmity. We've started investigating and we'll take proper action. The second incident seems to be the case of suicide. Body sent for postmortem."
However, BJP leadership levelled allegation against the nexus between ruling TMC and the state police.
Babul Supriyo, said, "What TMC is doing under the leadership and dictate of Mamata Banerjee isn't new. If action isn't taken immediately, we won't be able to face people. The biggest issue is a nexus between TMC and police. Police is supporting and unleashing violence."
Meanwhile, BJP General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya wrote to NHRC over the incident of murder of a BJP worker in Purulia. He writes, "We do not trust state government, police, and the CID. We want NHRC do conduct a thorough investigation in the incident.'
BJP worker Dulal Kumar was found hanging from an electric pole in Balarampur in Purulia district today. In a similar incident, the dead body of Trilochan Mahato (18) was found hanging by a tree with a poster stuck to his back on May 30.