BJYM members gherao DGP office, seek BJD MLA’s arrest

A delegation of BJYM met the DGP and submitted a memorandum demanding arrest of the main accused involved in the attack.
BJYM members staging demonstration in front of the DGP office on Monday
BJYM members staging demonstration in front of the DGP office on Monday Photo | Rashmiranjan Mohapatra

BHUBANESWAR: Members of the state unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) gheraoed the office of the Director General of Police (DGP) in Cuttack on Monday to protest the brutal attack on BJYM president Abhilash Panda and other leaders at Chandabali in Bhadrak district by BJD workers and inaction of police to arrest the main culprit.

BJYM members staging demonstration in front of the DGP office on Monday
Chandabali violence: BJYM warns of DGP office gherao

Hundreds of BJYM workers from different parts of the state congregated near The Samaja office and marched to the DGP office where they staged demonstration demanding arrest of BJD’s Chandabali MLA Byomakesh Ray.

A delegation of BJYM met the DGP and submitted a memorandum demanding arrest of the main accused involved in the attack. They alleged that Ray was the brain behind the organised attack on Panda and his co-workers who had gone to Chandabali to campaign for party candidate Manmohan Samal.

Even as police have arrested 10 persons involved in the organised crime, the BJYM is demanding arrest of the Chandabali MLA who ‘has unleashed a reign of terror’ on BJP workers.

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