Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Uproar in Bihar from MLA to Patna on Delhi MLA, issue will be heard in Parliament, Rahul says

Raman Jha, New Delhi: In Bihar, there has been a ruckus from Patna to Delhi over the harassment and harassment by the opposition MLA. Today, this issue may also resonate in Parliament. RJD MP Manoj Jha has given notice of the adjournment motion in Rajya Sabha.

On the other hand, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi has also targeted the Nitish government on this matter. Rahul Gandhi tweeted and said- this incident is shameful. The Chief Minister has become completely RSS BJP. Those who defy democracy have no right to be called government. The opposition will still continue to raise voice in the public interest. We are not afraid.

Actually this has happened during the discussion on Bihar Special Armed Police Bill. During the forceful removal of the MLAs, the legislators and security forces were heavily manhandled and pushed out. Meanwhile, an FIR has been lodged against Tejashwi Yadav, Tej Pratap Yadav and other RJD leaders on charges of violent demonstrations in Patna.

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On Tuesday, RJD activists led by Tejashwi Yadav took to the road to protest on the issue of unemployment, rising inflation and law and order. These people were moving to encircle the assembly that the police stopped them at Dakbangla intersection. This was followed by violent clashes between the police and RJD activists. When the police used water canon, the RJD workers fired stones at the police. After this, many RJD workers were also injured in police lathicharge. An FIR was registered against these people under various sections of causing damage to government property.


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