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INLD Leader Nafe Singh Rathee Killed in Bahadurgarh: Abhay Chautala Demands CBI Probe

Abhay Chautala, a prominent figure in the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), has raised serious concerns following the tragic killing of Haryana unit president Nafe Singh Rathee. Rathee and a party worker, Jai Kishan, were fatally shot by unidentified assailants in Bahadurgarh near Delhi on Sunday. Chautala revealed that Rathee had previously expressed concerns about his safety, indicating that his life was in danger.

Chautala accused the Haryana government of negligence, asserting that despite warnings and representations made to senior police officers and the state home minister regarding threats to Rathee’s life, adequate security measures were not provided. He demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Home Minister Anil Vij over the failure to ensure Rathee’s safety.

In a press briefing at the hospital where Rathee’s body was kept, Chautala also called for a CBI investigation into the incident, highlighting the severity of the situation. He emphasized that Rathee, a two-time MLA and state unit chief, had not been provided with security despite receiving warnings about potential threats.

Detailing the events leading up to the tragic incident, Chautala revealed that Rathee had informed him six months ago about being warned by police personnel of a life threat. He also disclosed that Rathee had hired three private gunmen for security, all of whom sustained injuries during the attack.

Rathee, aged 67, was attacked while travelling in an SUV in Bahadurgarh town, sustaining multiple injuries to his neck, stomach, spine, and thigh. Despite efforts by doctors at the hospital, Rathee succumbed to his injuries. A respected leader, Rathee had served as MLA from the Bahadurgarh constituency twice, in 1996 and 2005.

In response to the incident, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar expressed shock and assured that every culprit involved in the case would be brought to justice. He instructed the police to expedite the arrest of the accused and ensure strict action against them.

The superintendent of police in Jhajjar, Arpit Jain, confirmed that multiple teams, including the Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) and the Special Task Force (STF), were investigating the incident from all angles. Jain reassured the public of the police’s commitment to apprehending the perpetrators and delivering justice swiftly.

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