RJD calls for Bihar bandh over CAA


Team Udayavani, Dec 21, 2019, 1:35 PM IST

Patna: Following the call of “Bihar-Bandh” against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, bare-chested supporters of the Rashtriya Janata Dal blocked highways using buffaloes, sat on railway track here on Saturday.

RJD leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Friday appealed to the people of the state to participate in the Bihar bandh against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act on Saturday.”Bihar will be closed tomorrow. So I appeal to the people for their support,” he told ANI.

The RJD’s workers and supporters protested bare chest as they shouted against Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and the central government in Darbhanga. They blocked the highway by burning tyres and also protested at the railway line and disrupted the movement of trains.

In Vaishali, the RJD’s workers blocked the highway with the help of buffaloes.

“In protest against CAA and NRC, the RJD will be leading a Bihar bandh on December 21. On the eve of it, party carried a torch rally in all districts to give call for a peaceful protest”, Tejashwi tweeted on Friday.

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