RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav was also seen supporting the students. During a conversation with news agency ANI in Patna, he said that the students are working to fight for their rights.
Bihar remained closed on Friday due to disturbances in the results of RRB-NTPC.Bihar bandh had a mixed-effects in the Patna district.The students who came out in support demonstrated by burning tires on the road.Students blocked the road by arson and completely disrupted the traffic at Ashok Rajpath, Bhikhna hill turn, the area belonging to the students, while ML, Jan Adhikar Party, AISF, AISA, and other organizations demonstrated at Dakbangla intersection.
Here, RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav was also seen supporting the students.During a conversation with news agency ANI in Patna, he said that the students are working to fight for their rights.Students who work to fight against the government for their rights.Nitish Kumar beats him up for demanding his rights in Bihar.Tej Pratap Yadav said that we think that there is a scam of the central government in this.
On the Hajipur-Muzaffarpur road, RJD workers came on horseback to jam near Bhagwanpur, all the supporters burnt the effigy of the Railway Minister, shouting slogans against the central government.Here, in Katihar too, the bandh supporters started appearing on the streets in the morning.Here young RJD workers blocked the road near Sameli on NH 31 brought tea in a kettle and started selling it.
In support of the Bihar bandh, RJD officials and workers took to the road on Friday.Especially the workers jammed the state office.Jammed at the Dakbangla intersection.In the rest of the state, RJD MLAs also played their part in closing down their respective areas.Under the leadership of RJD MLA Dr. Ramanuj Prasad, state general secretary brother Arun Kumar, there was a jam near the state office.RJD spokespersons Chittaranjan Gagan and Ejaz Ahmed called the bandh successful.