Jharkhand Congress leader killed due to personal enmity; 4 held: police
The Jharkhand police on Monday claimed to have cracked the murder case of Congress leader Kamlesh Narayan Sharma with the arrest of four ''goons'' who allegedly bludgeoned him to death at his home in Jharkhand's Ramgarh district last week due to personal enmity, an officer said.
The police suspect that they entered the residence of 60-year-old Sharma, a former district general secretary of the Congress, at Central Saunda Colony under Bhurkunda police outpost through a window on Friday night and beat him to death with iron rods and critically injured his wife Chanchala Sharma.
The four arrested persons also hailed from Bhurkunda area.
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