Madhubani killings caste conflict: Tejashwi blames former BJP minister

Tejashwi Prasad Yadav

RJD chief Tejashwi Prasad Yadav Thursday stored up the stress on the NDA authorities in Bihar over the Madhubani killings, terming it a “caste war” and accusing a former BJP state minister of being concerned in it.

Yadav stated the previous BJP minister had been patronizing the principle accused within the case, Praveen Jha. The Leader of Opposition stated he didn’t belief the police to hold out a good investigation. “When the aggrieved family is directly naming a former minister behind the incident, why is it not being investigated and why no forensic team has yet collected all samples from the scene of crime?” Yadav requested.

The JD(U) denied the allegations.

On March 29, a big group of individuals indiscriminately opened hearth on the home of of 1 Rana Pratap Singh in Mohammedpur village, injuring six folks. Five of the household died later. One is important. Mohammedpur village is Rajput-dominated whereas Gebipur, the place the accused are from, has a bigger Brahmin inhabitants.

Bihar Additional DGP and police spokesperson Jitendra Kumar stated: “The incident was the fallout of a prolonged clash over the control of a fish pond between the victim’s family and another family of a neighbouring village, Gebipur.”

Madhubani SP Satya Prakash stated it was not a caste-based conflict.