M. Ta. News Service, Ambernath: MNS district president Avinash Jadhav has alleged that a builder from Ambernath was involved in the murder of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s Ambernath city vice-president Rakesh Patil. D. on the supply of materials at the construction site. According to the police, the murder took place due to an argument between Mohan and Rakesh Patil. Four accused have been arrested in the case. Police are on the trail of Mohan and Bharat Patil. The killings, which took place in the run-up to the by-elections, have created tension in the city.
Shiv Sena corporator Pappu Gunjal was killed in Abarnath in 2015. Political assassinations had stopped after that. However, Ulhasnagar Manvise city president Manoj Shelar was attacked with a sword a few days back in the Govind Pool area. While the incident was fresh, MNS city vice-president Rakesh Patil, a resident of Ambernath village Shiv Mandir area, was stabbed to death by five to six accused on Tuesday. The assailants fled the scene after the attack. However, senior police inspector Sanjay Dhumal chased the accused’s vehicles and cordoned off Murbad and surrounding areas and arrested the accused Vinayak Pillay, Raju Daji, Ajay Daji and Akhtar Khan with the help of Murbad police. The main accused, D. Mohan and Bharat Patil are absconding and police are searching for them.
MNS district president Avinash Jadhav visited Ambernath and accused a builder of murder. Rakesh had appealed to the citizens not to buy houses in the builder’s building as it was storing water. Jadhav alleged that the builder had committed the murder out of anger over the impact on home purchases on the day of Dussehra. However, police said that the murder was due to a dispute over the supply of construction materials.
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