Patna: Bihar Governor Devanand Konwar has called Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for a routine meeting with him. "Konwar has asked the chief minister to come for a routine meeting," Raj Bhavan sources said.

The letter for the meeting was sent to the Chief Minister by the Raj Bhavan five days before the Governor visited New Delhi, the sources said.

The issue relating to the killing of Ranvir sena supremo Brahmeshwar Singh alias Mukhiya on June one and the violence that broke out in the state capital during the funeral procession next day are also likely to come up for discussions in the meeting, sources said.

The state Home police department had yesterday submitted a detailed report to the Raj Bhavan about the killing of the Ranvir Sena chief and violence in the state capital on june 2, sources added.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has called a meeting with top police officers and state Home department officials to review the situation in Bihar arising out of the gunning down of banned Ranvir Sena chief.

Director General of Police (DGP) Abhayanand and other senior officials, including principal secretary of Home department Amir Subhani would take part in the meeting on Wednesday morning, official sources said.


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