CPI(M) Bihar MLA attacked, party demands probe and punitive action against culprits
The Communist Party of India (Marxist) MLA from Bibhutipur in Samastipur district of Bihar Ajay Kumar was attacked late at evening on May 29 at party’s Samastipur workplace. He, nevertheless, was unharmed within the assault.
The party Polit Bureau has condemned the murderous assault on and demanded fast arrest of the culprits and punitive action against them.This was second assault on Mr Kumar, 51, in final one month.
The CPI(M) MLA Ajay Kumar can also be chief of CPI(M) legislature party in state meeting and member of the state secretariat. He has been a well-liked Left chief within the district and in final 2020 state meeting he had defeated sitting JD(U) MLA Ram Balak Singh from Bibhutipur, which has been a robust forte of CPI(M) for final a number of years in Bihar.
Senior state CPI(M) chief Sarvodya Sharma advised The Puucho over telephone that some criminals tried to enter party workplace in Samastipur which situated near Samastipur railway station late at round 10 pm on May 29 and broke the lock.
“They had come to attack party MLA Ajay Kumar who was there in the office but could not do it as other people had gathered there. However, a security guard got injured in the attack. There was an attack on the party MLA a month back also”, stated Mr Sharma.
He additionally added, “It seems it is an attack on the party and the party MLA both” It smacks a political conspiracy in addition to regardless of our grievance district police has not been taking any action against these behind the repeated assault on the party MLA”.
CPI(M) MLA Ajay Kumar couldn’t be contacted as he was busy in assembly with state party leaders on the difficulty.
Later, the state party unit condemned the assault on party MLA and demanded a “high-level probe into it and also to expose the political conspiracy behind the attack”.
“The party demands immediate arrest of the culprits and their patrons”, stated the press launch of state CPI(M).
The party has requested all its district committees and items to look at May 31 as “protest day” all throughout the state to sentence the assault on party legislator.
Later, whereas condemning the “murderous attack” of party MLA, CPI(M) Polit Bureau too demanded fast arrest of the culprits and “punitive action against them.
“The state government must provide adequate security to the MLA and institute an enquiry on why such incidents are being repeated against him”, stated the Bureau launch.