Jamshedpur, Jasn. In Dumka, Jharkhand, a young woman was murdered by burning petrol by a madman from the same place. Outrage is being seen in the whole country regarding this. In the city too, candle marches, torch processions and effigies have been burnt on this issue. In this episode, on Thursday, activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal burnt the effigy of Ankita’s killer Shahrukh in Govindpur. The outrage rally in Govindpur block of Jamshedpur metropolis went from near Dayal City Kali Mandir to Govindpur railway station. The effigy of Shahrukh, who had a jihadi mindset, was burnt near Govindpur railway station. During this, there was also a demand for the death penalty for the culprits of Ankita Singh.
In this protest, Govindpur block’s foster and Jamshedpur metropolitan’s co-minister Munna Dubey, Telco block’s foster and Jamshedpur metropolis’s co-minister Chandrika Bhagat, Govindpur block president Pramod Singh, vice president Amit Ranjan, Govindpur block minister Bhim Agarwal, co-ministers Gyan Prakash, Ravi Ranjan , Bajrang Dal convenor Amit Kumar Prasad, Bajrang Dal co-convener Santosh Kumar, Dayal City Block President Anand Kumar Singh, Arun Jha, Narendra Pandit, Ravindra Srivastava, Keshav Jha, Vikas Singh, Kanhaiya Prasad, Deepak Kumar, Sujit Mahto, Amrit Bhagat, Workers of block and sub-division including Seema Snehlata, Durgavati Devi, Pramod Singh, Kamlesh Singh, Shambhu Singh, Shashibhushan Pandey were present.
BJP will burn Chief Minister’s effigy
Bharatiya Janata Party’s Mahila Morcha will burn the effigy of Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday evening in connection with the Dumka massacre. BJP Mahila Morcha, under the aegis of Jamshedpur metropolis, came out in the form of a procession from the district office at Sakchi, in protest against the insensitivity of the Hemant government after the brutality and murder of the daughter of Jharkhand’s daughter Dumka at six o’clock in the evening. But by burning the effigy of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, he will express his anger by demanding speedy justice. After this, tribute will be paid to Ankita’s portrait.
Edited By: Uttamnath Pathak