Youth throws slippers at Nitish Kumar to protest quota

By: Command Records Provider | Patna |

Published: October 12, 2018 4:forty five:04 am

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
A 21-year-gentle man from Aurangabad district was overwhelmed up by JD(U) staff and detained by the police after he threw slippers at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at a purpose in Patna Thursday. He claimed to be a member of the Savarn Sena and stated that he was protesting the reservation policy. The slippers fell fast of the stage.
The incident took order around 12.30 pm at Bapu Sabhagar in Gandhi Maidan, where the students’ wing of the JD(U) had organised a programme to mark the starting up anniversary of Jai Prakash Narayan. After Kumar and varied senior leaders settled on their seats, Chandan Kumar Tiwari threw a slipper which flew over the CM against the help of the stage. Sooner than police might perchance perhaps realize the leisure, Tiwari hurled one other slipper which fell fast of the order where the CM was sitting.
Tiwari, a resident of Khairi village under Mufassil police order limits, was then overwhelmed up by JD(U) staff and detained. “I’m against the discriminatory reservation policy that has been affecting upper caste youths’ potentialities of getting authorities jobs,” he stated while the police took him away for questioning. Patna Metropolis Deputy Superintendent of Police Suresh Kumar stated, “Now we have been questioning him. He looks mentally unstable. We are gathering extra info about him.”
Savarn Kranti Morcha and Savarn Sena alongside with quite loads of assorted upper caste organisations had actively participated in the recent bandhs called to oppose reservation. Aurangabad has a sizeable upper caste inhabitants. Savarn Kranti Morcha’s Aurangabad convener Kumar Saurabh instructed The Indian Command: “I essentially have not any longer heard of this boy. Presumably he is being faulty by some folks.”
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