Inspector General of Police Vijay Kumar, who visited the crime scene and other places as part of the investigation of the murder case today, said that the attack appears to have been sponsored by Pak.
On Thursday, three BJP workers, identified as Fida Hussain Yatoo, Umer Rashid Beigh, and Umer Ramzan Hajam, were fired upon by terrorists in YK Pora, Kulgam.
Meanwhile, the BJP State president and Karimnagar MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar slammed the State police for allegedly manhandling the protestors.
Manish Shukla, BJP leader and councillor of Titagarh Municipality in North 24 Parganas district, was shot dead by unidentified miscreants Sunday night in the area.
A non-bailable arrest warrant against him was issued by the judicial magistrate as his name got entangled in a case of abduction of two BJP workers in April.
With the old guard said to be maintaining some ‘social distancing’ from them and the newbie ministers showing warmth, the loyal BJP workers seem to be cosying up to the latter.
State BJP leaders visiting Purulia on Sunday alleged that the deaths were a result of Trinamool Congress’ conspiracy as a ‘last resort’ after losing panchayat elections in Purulia’s Balarampur.
Days before death, West Bengal BJP men had been threatened; victims’ kin suspect involvement of locals
Trilochan and Dulal were threatened by unknown persons a few days before their deaths as both were leaders of BJP’s Booth Raksha Committee.
It is learnt that Congress party workers were celebrating after BJP's B S Yeddyurappa resigned as CM just before the trust vote in the assembly earlier in the day when the incident took place.
Posters appeared outside at least 20 houses in Kalamachal near Vamanapuram in Thiruvananthapuram district on Friday banning the entry of BJP workers.