Bihar: Stampede in taking selfie with Tejashwi Yadav, many people injured, Deputy Chief Minister narrowly escaped


‍Bihar: Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav is a very popular leader among the youth. Wherever he goes, there is a competition of people taking selfies with him. Tejashwi reached Bapu Auditorium in Patna to participate in the program organized by the party on the 35th death anniversary of Jannayak Karpoori Thakur. A crowd of girls gathered there to take selfies. Along with this, RJD workers also started jostling to get photographs clicked. During this there was a stampede. Due to which the glass of the auditorium was broken. Many people were injured in this. However, Tejashwi Yadav narrowly escaped. The injured were admitted to the hospital.

Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav has called upon the Grand Alliance and the people of Bihar on the death anniversary of Jananayak Karpoori Thakur to oust the BJP from power at the Center. From the dais of Bapu Auditorium, a message was given to RJD leaders and workers to get involved in the Lok Sabha elections from now itself. Tejashwi said that the 2024 Lok Sabha elections are a big challenge for his party. BJP wants to end regional parties and democracy. It is increasing hatred on the basis of religion and caste. BJP has to be uprooted. We have removed the BJP from Bihar. Now we have to remove BJP from the country as well. This will happen only when the leaders and workers of RJD will connect with the common people. He demanded to give Bharat Ratna to former CM Jannayak Karpoori Thakur. He said that we will not only remember him, but also take a resolution that we will follow the path shown by him.

RJD supremo will soon return in old form

Deputy CM thanked those who went to Singapore to see RJD supremo Lalu Prasad praying for his recovery. He said that Lalu Prasad will be back soon, those who know Lalu ji will know that he cannot sit for long. Lalu ji is our leader, we follow his path. Targeted the central government for the income tax raid in the BBC office.


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