Angry villagers on Friday attacked the cavalcade of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar with bricks and stones, alleging that the state administration was carrying out only "selective development". The chief minister was at Nandan and Ahinaura as part of his state-wide Vikas Sameeksha Yatra.
Nitish Kumar is now on a statewide trip from December 12 to assess the development projects carried out by his government. The protesters sat on the road from where the convoy was to return.
While Kumar escaped unhurt in the attack, at least 2 security men sustained an injury in stone pelting by some of the villagers. The stones smashed the windscreens of six vehicles, including those of DGP P.K. Thakur, Patna inspector-general of police (IG) N.H. Khan, Buxar district magistrate (DM) Arvind Kumar Verma and Dumraon SDO Pramod. CM rescued safely, security persons injured.
The CM told security personnel deployed at the venue of the public meeting "do not worry about any protests".
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Nitish said at the meeting that the attack could have been provoked by some vested interests who were against development. "Those who are trying to mislead the people of Bihar to derail my mission would be disappointed if they looked at the ground realities", he said.
Buxar superintendent of police Rajesh Kumar said the guilty would not spared.
The Chief Minister urged all to make his January 21 human chain against dowry and child marriage successful.