Arun Kumar Roy, veteran Left leader , passes away
Arun Kumar Roy (90), the veteran Left leader and chief patron of CITU Jharkhand state committee, has passed away in Dhanbad, Jharkhand on 21st July 2019. He was the former Lok Sabha MP and founder of Marxist Coordination Committee (MCC). Roy won the Dhanbad Lok Sabha seat in 1977, 1980 and 1989. He also represented Sindri in the Bihar Assembly in 1967, 1969 and 1972. Along with Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) supremo Shibu Soren and former MP, the late Binod Bihari Mahto, Roy began the Jharkhand movement that demanded a separate State from Bihar in 1971. Jharkhand became a separate State on November 15, 2000. Roy was called a ‘political saint’ by his associates and followers, as his bank account always showed a ‘zero’ balance.
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Topics: A. K. Roy • Binod Bihari Mahato • Dhanbad • Dhanbad district • Jharkhand • Jharkhand Mukti Morcha • Lok Sabha • Marxist Co-ordination Committee • Nirmal Mahto • Political parties in Jharkhand • Shibu Soren • States and union territories of India
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