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Kanhaiya Kumar’s convoy attacked in Bihar

Arrah (Bihar): Kanhaiya Kumar, the CPI chief and former president of Jawaharlal Nehru College Scholar Union (JNUSU) escaped unharmed when his convoy was attacked in Bihar’s Arrah district.

The convoy was attacked on Friday and plenty of autos had been broken within the stone pelting incident. Kanhaiya supporters alleged that this was the eighth assault on his convoy. Earlier, his convoy was attacked in Jamui, Supaul, Katihar and different areas.

A police officer stated on Saturday that Kanhaiya was going to Arrah after holding a gathering in Buxar when the convoy was attacked by some anti-social parts close to Bibiganj market.

Kanhaiya’s automobile was broken within the assault. The police managed to soundly transfer Kanhaiya to a different automobile and convey him to Arrah.

It’s alleged that the convoy of Kanhaiya Kumar had hit some bike riders which angered the villagers.

Numerous police arrived after the incident and escorted the convoy safely.

Kanhaiya Kumar is on his “Jan-Gan-Man Yatra” in opposition to the NRC and CAA. Throughout this one-month-long marketing campaign, he’ll attain virtually all the main cities of Bihar and can conduct round 50 conferences. He started this marketing campaign from Bettiah on January 30. His go to is scheduled to finish on February 29. Bihar goes to polls later this 12 months.

(IANS)

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