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'Boycott MLA, MLC involved in Mukhiya murder'

July 24, 2012 12:07 IST

Ranvir Sena's front organisation Akhil Bharatiya Rashtrawadi Kisan Sanghathan has urged people, particularly

supporters and sympathisers of upper caste Bhumihars, to socially boycott Bihar's ruling Janata Dal-United MLA Sunil Pandey, his MLC brother Hulas Pandey and the families of Hareram Pandey, suspected to be involved in the murder of Ranvir Sena chief Brahmeshwar Singh Muhiya on June 1.

"We had issued appeal to socially boycott them after a decision was taken at a meeting recently," Indu Bhushan Singh, national president of the Sanghathan, and the younger son of slain Ranvir Sena chief, said.

He said that appeal was made to the people to neither arrange
marriages in these families nor participate in any of their social or political functions. People should also avoid political meetings convened by them. They should not even talk to them, he said.

Last week slain Ranvir Sena chief's grandson Kundan had recorded his
statement in the Ara court in which he said that Sunil Pandey and Hulas Pandey were involved in the killing of his grandfather.

It was not the first time when Sinil Pandey and Hulas Pandey were named in killing of Ranvir Sena chief. Soon after his killing, his supporters openly accused both Sunil and Hulas for their direct involvement in killing of Ranvir Sena chief.

The Sangathan that had expressed its unhappiness over failure of the Bihar police to arrest all those involved in the killing of Ranvir Sena chief, again demanded arrest of the main accused in the case.

Interestingly, Sunil and Hulas have a criminal background and once used to be supporters of the Ranvir Sena, a police officer said.

Till date Bihar police have failed to solve the case, which had angered Ranvir Sena's supporters across the state.

Even Director General of Police Abhayanand earlier this month spoke of deep conspiracy and did not rule out the political angle in it.

M I Khan in Patna