Ben and Kheerat are now in cahoots (Picture: BBC)The Panesars have clashed with the Mitchells on several different occasions since their arrival in EastEnders.
The Panesars are currently trying to make sure their name means something in Walford but given how it’s already a well established fact that the Mitchells are the family no-one wants to mess with, the Panesars need to start upping their game.So, in the coming weeks, with a major crime on the way, the Panesars decide they should join
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