BJP delegation meets DGP, demands curb on criminals

Ranchi: A high-level BJP delegation met DGP Ajay Kumar Singh regarding the murder of BJP leader Rajendra Sahu and the increasing incidents of gang war and crime in the state.

The delegation led by MP Sunil Singh handed over the memorandum to the DGP and demanded a ban on the increasing incidents of crime in the state.

Sunil Singh said that the general public is in panic due to increasing incidents of gang war, crime, murder, robbery and rape in the state.

It seems as if the empire of criminals has been established in the state.

Criminals are getting successful in killing anyone fearlessly, wherever they want.

Even remote villages and the capital Ranchi are in the grip of criminals.

Especially the Koyalanchal area of Chatra, Latehar, Ramgarh, Hazaribagh and Ranchi has become a den of criminals and shooters.

MP Sunil Singh said that if we look at the record of the last one and a half months, RSS worker Shankar Prasad was killed in Tundi on July 12, Chamra Munda farmer was killed in Khunti on July 23, Subhash Munda, the CPI leader of the tribal society, on July 27.

Murder, Amarnath’s murder in Vasukinath on July 28, Dhananjay Yadav’s murder in Jharia on August 1, hotel operator Roshan Saw’s murder in Bhurkunda on August 6, juice shop operator Mukesh Saw and his staff in Chirondi adjacent to the capital Ranchi on August 11 Rohan Shaw was murdered.

All these incidents are showing the fearlessness of the criminals in the state.

The MP said that the entire Palamu division is in panic due to the murder of BJP leader Rajendra Sahu on August 12.

Small business owners are also scared.

The criminals being out of reach of the police, no strict action being taken against them is raising a question mark on the intentions of the state government and the police administration.

Therefore, in order to make the state crime free, the police should rise above political pressure and act. BJP’s State Vice President Gangotri Kujur, MLA Naveen Jaiswal, State Minister Muneshwar Sahu, Shivpujan Pathak, Pratul Shahdev, Yogendra Pratap Singh and other leaders were included in the delegation.

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