Bihar: CM Nitish Kumar's convoy attacked in Nandar, Buxar

Nitish Kumar

The chief minister was at Nandan and Ahinaura as part of his state-wide Vikas Sameeksha Yatra.

Soon after the attack, Nitish Kumar left the village for next programme at Haryana Farm.

While Kumar escaped the attack, at least of two securitymen sustained injuries in stone pelting by some of the villagers.

However, a district police official denied the vehicles were attacked or damaged.

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As per media reports, a section of people was not happy with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's decision to avoid a visit at lower community.

According to news agency ANI, the crowd pelted stone on him. Some youths also shouted slogans against Nitish Kumar.

The chief minister has ordered an investigation by Patna divisional commissioner Anand Kishor and IG Khan. "My goal is not to run the government from the State capital but to assess ground realities and the progress of development schemes". "I prefer to personally assess the ground realities and ensure that the basic amenities like roads, clean water and power reach every village and locality", an angered Kumar pointed out. He added that his governments' work for the state's development has been a hurdle for the people with selfish interests.

"It seems some parties like the RJD are unable to practice politics of ideology and have to resort to violence", said BJP Bihar President Nityanand Rai.

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