<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>It’s been over a week since a local BJP leader, and his security guard and driver, were shot dead in Greater Noida’s Bisrakh area but the police remains clueless as to the whereabouts of the main accused in the crime.Senior police officials says that they have formed several teams to search for the main accused and have sent several teams to Western UP for the same. “We have formed several teams which are working to arrest the shooters involved in the case. With the recent arrest of some criminals, we have found most that they hail from Western UP so we have sent several teams to nab the shooters and the main accused from there,” said Suniti, Superintendent of Police (Rural), Gautam Budh Nagar. Police say that a case has been registered against Sundar Yadav, Charan Yadav, Devender Yadav and Satyendra Yadav. Besides, this six unidentified persons have also been included in the FIR.”We have detained 8-10 people in connection with the murder and are continuously working on the case. The family has named these people as they had disputes with them earlier as well. We are in the process of questioning them,” Suniti added. Earlier, family members of the deceased have alleged the police of not working properly and demanded a CBI investigation. “It’s been a week since we have seen no progress in the case. We have no idea where this case is going and are wondering if the police will arrest the accused or not. We are demanding CBI to investigate the case,” said Yogesh Yadav, Shiv Kumar’s brother.EOMWhat happened?On November 16, a local Bhartiya Jaanta Party leader, Shiv Kumar and his security guard, Balli, were shot dead while his driver, Rashpal, was critically wounded and later succumbed to his injuries, when four men on two motorcycles rained around 40 bullets on their Toyota Fortuner car in Greater Noida’s Bisrakh. A 15-year-old girl also died when the car, during the attack, accidentally hit her.

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BJP leader’s murder: Week later, cops still can’t find main accused