Pappu Yadav's taunt on appeal of 'Khan Sir' to the students

Patna: A complaint was lodged on Wednesday against Khan Sir on charges of inciting students. On the other hand, while student organisations have announced a Bihar bandh today, Khan sir shared a video urging students not to hold any kind of protest or demonstration on Friday. In the wake of the protest, the law seems to be tightening the screws on six teachers, including Khan sir, for instigating students in a case of vandalism and arson. In the complaint lodged at Journalist Nagar police station in Patna, Khan sir has serious allegations of inciting the students.

Political parties like RJD, Jan Adhikar Party, Hindustani Awam Morcha and Vikassheel Insaan have extended their support to the Bihar bandh. In fact, these students have been protesting for several days over the alleged rigging of the RRB NTPC CBT and Group D CBT-1 examination.

JAP party president Pappu Yadav has taken a dig at Khan sir's appeal not to protest on January 28 on the same students' protest. He said in a discussion with the students that you have to make people feel that we are going to die, we are going to fight. They are not going to kill. The whole world will watch you tomorrow, your character is watching the whole world. In Patna, the capital, workers of all political parties have taken to the streets and blocked the traffic route at many places.

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