News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai
Updated Fri, 30 Oct 2020 10:33 AM IST
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Sanjay Raut said, the Munger firing incident is an attack on Hindutva. If such an incident were to happen in Maharashtra, West Bengal or Rajasthan, the Governor and BJP leaders would demand President’s rule. So, why are the Bihar governors and BJP leaders not raising questions now?
Munger firing incident is an attack on Hindutva. If such an incident were to happen in Maharashtra, West Bengal or Rajasthan, governors & BJP leaders would have demanded President’s rule. So, why is Bihar governor & BJP leaders not raising questions?: Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut pic.twitter.com/OJjdSjzk32
– ANI (@ANI) October 30, 2020
Significantly, in Munger, Bihar, there was a ruckus again on Thursday. Angry people set fire to the East Sarai police station. The raging mob blew several police vehicles. Stones were also pelted at the office and residence of SDO and DSP. In view of the situation of the district, the Election Commission removed District Collector Rajesh Meena and SP Lipi Singh.
Regarding the incident, the CEO of Bihar Election Commission tweeted that Munger’s SP and DM have been removed with immediate effect. He wrote, ‘In view of the current situation in Munger, the Election Commission has ordered the immediate removal of SP and DM Munger. The commission has ordered Mr. Asangba Chuba Ao, Divisional Commissioner, Magadha to investigate the entire incident, which is to be completed within the next seven days. ‘