‘Suspected heinous killing’ of Debendra Nath Ray speaks of ‘gunda raj’ in West Bengal: BJP

New Delhi, July 13

BJP president JP Nadda on Monday termed the dying of social gathering chief Debendra Nath Ray as a “suspected heinous killing” and alleged that it confirmed the “gunda raj and failure of law and order” below the Mamata Banerjee authorities in West Bengal.

Ray was discovered hanging close to his house in Hemtabad space of North Dinajpur district on Monday morning.

Nadda mentioned: “The suspected heinous killing of Debendra Nath Ray, BJP MLA from Hemtabad in West Bengal, is extremely shocking and deplorable. This speaks of the Gunda Raj & failure of law and order in the Mamta govt. People will not forgive such a govt in the future. We strongly condemn this.”

Ray had contested and gained the Hemtabad meeting phase — a reserved seat for Scheduled Castes — on a CPI(M) ticket however had converted to the BJP final 12 months after the Lok Sabha polls. He, nevertheless, didn’t resign as CPI(M) legislator within the state meeting.

The BJP chief’s household has demanded a CBI inquiry into the incident as they suspected that he was murdered.

“We think he was murdered. There should be a CBI inquiry into the killing,” a member of the family mentioned.

The state BJP management termed Ray’s dying as a “cold-blooded murder” by the ruling Trinamool Congress social gathering. PTI

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