Hindu Jagaran Manch worker murdered as he refused to join Mamata’s TMC: cries family

A 27-year-old man was murdered and his body was found with injuries on his head and neck a little distance away from his home at Kalyani in Nadia district of West Bengal, the police said. The victim was identified as a worker of the Hindu Jagran Manch. The victim’s family has blamed TMC for the youth’s murder.

The man’s body and his bike were found at the spot at around 11 pm on December 24, on Tuesday, the police said. It has been seen many times that atrocities are done to Hindus in Mamata’s West Bengal.

The man received a phone call and he immediately stepped out of his home in a hurry. His family subsequently got the news that he was killed and his body was lying near the local primary school. Family members rushed to the spot and found the body. The victim’s elder brother alleged that the murder was pre-planned. 

The victim’s family claimed that the victim was a worker of Hindu Jagran Manch and local Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers had forced him to join their party, but the man was killed as he refused to comply with their demand. However, the police has launched an investigation into the death of the youth. 

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