Rashtriya Nai Kranti Sena has condemned attack on Ganaur Thakur in Bihar and has demanded immediate arrest of the culprits. It also burnt effigy of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar
Jamshedpur: Members of Rashtriya Nai Kranti Sena held a protest at Mango Roundabout and burnt the effigy of Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. They were protesting the attack on community member Ganaur Thakur in Naurangia Panchayat in Madhuban police station area in Bihar.
The protesting members of Nai Kranti Sena said that despite grievous attack on Ganaur Thakur, who is a leader of their community, the police have not arrested the accused.
The founder of Rashtriya Nai Kranti Sena, Arun Sharma, said that Bihar is virtually in the grips of criminal gangs.
He condemned the attack on members of Nai community.
The state president of Rashtriya Nai Kranti Sena Manoj Thakur said that while the Bihar chief minister harps on ‘Sushashan’ or good governance slogans, the fact is that his government is completely incompetent. He said that the administration is ineffective in curbing crime.
The organisational secretary of the organisation Pawan Thakur termed the Nitish Kumar government as a government of inefficient people. He said that the people of Nai community are not safe in Bihar under Nitish Kumar government. He demanded immediate arrest of those who are involved in the attack. He said that if the accused are not arrested immediately, Rashtriya Nai Kranti Sena would be forced to launch agitation.
Those who took part in the effigy burning included Krishna Pramanik, Shivpujan Thakur, Dilip Thakur, Mahendra Thakur, Jitendra Thakur, Sandeep Sharma, Subodh Thakur, Rakesh Thakur, Pintu Thakur, Prakash Thakur, Nitesh Kumar, Pradeep Thakur, Rajkumar Thakur and others were present during the effigy burning.