Bihar: Attack on deputy CM Sushil Modi's convoy, RJD workers did stone pelting


Patna: Bihar's Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi's convoy has been attacked. It is being told that RJD workers pelted stones at Sushil Modi's convoy in Chak Sikandar area of ​​Vaishali district. Three carriages in the convoy have been badly damaged. The incident is about seven o'clock in the evening.

RJD supporters allegedly tried to stop the convoy. At the same time. According to the information, Sushil Modi was going to take part in the program of BJP legislator Achuthananda's house.

Sushil Modi is completely safe for the moment. He have not suffered any kind of injury. A large number of police forces have been deployed on the spot. There is an atmosphere of tension on the spot. After the attack, Sushil Modi tweeted on Twitter that I appeal to the BJP supporters to be calm. People of RJD are in desperation. This is cowardly attack. Everyone is safe.

Bihar State President of JDU Vashishtha Narayan Singh has strongly condemned the attack on Sushil Modi. He said that this is not auspicious sign for democracy. It's not okay to attack someone for a protest. At the same time, LJP leader and minister in Bihar government, Pashupati Paras, said that the number of condemnation of this attack is less. There is a smell of conspiracy in the attack. It should be investigated and action should be taken. BJP leader Prem Kumar said that attack on Sushil Modi was an attack on democracy. RJD supporters have carried out this attack in a planned manner.

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