Loved ones call for justice in Bronx man's death

The loved ones of a Bronx man brutally beaten to death are urging the people responsible to turn themselves in. A candlelight vigil was held

THE BRONX - The loved ones of a Bronx man brutally beaten to death are urging the people responsible to turn themselves in.

A candlelight vigil was held for Bimal Chanda in front of Monroe College on Jerome Avenue last night. He died earlier this month from injuries suffered during the attack inside his apartment building.

Organizers say they had expected a large crowd, but that many people did not show up out of fear for their safety.

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