RJD leader shot dead by unidentified assailants in Bihar's Muzaffarpur
RJD leader shot dead by unidentified assailants in Bihar's Muzaffarpur

Khagaria: A shocking incident has come to light from Pasraha in Khagaria from Bihar. Here criminals killed an RJD leader in broad daylight. The name of the deceased is Saket Singh. He is the son of the head of Pasraha panchayat. At the same time, a laborer has also been injured in the firing incident. On being informed about the incident, police reached the spot and sent the body for post-mortem.

Tension prevailed in the village after the incident. It is being told that Saket was walking near an under-construction house near the house. Meanwhile, the miscreants started firing. According to the news, the criminals came on a motorcycle and were secretly waiting for the spot. At the same time, villagers rushed to the spot as soon as they heard the sound of bullets. The people of the village saw Saket lying on the ground bleeding. When we tried to lift him, we found that he had died. The villagers immediately informed the local police about the incident. A police team immediately reached the spot and inspected the spot.  

A police team is conducting raids in the surrounding areas to nab the miscreants who carried out the incident, a police officer said, adding that they will be arrested soon. The criminals carried out the incident on Saturday evening. The name of the injured worker in this incident is being told as Balmukund. According to the news, Saket has been attacked in the past. In 2021, Saket was shot dead by miscreants. Saket was badly injured in this incident. He was shot in the stomach. But later the doctors saved his life. A school teacher was killed in that firing incident. According to locals, the miscreants had carried out the firing incident in an election rivalry.

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