High-level inquiry committee submits its report to BJP National President on Bihar Lathicharge

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A high-level inquiry committee constituted on the lathicharge by the police on the party workers and leaders who were protesting peacefully in Bihar submitted its investigation report to BJP National President Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda on 19 July, 2023.

On this occasion, Shri Nadda said that a detailed report of the incident was received from the BJP’s inquiry committee constituted in connection with the lathicharge on BJP workers in Patna sponsored by the Nitish government. It exposes the brutality and insensitivity of the state government towards the jungle raj, anarchy and opposition parties prevailing in Bihar. BJP’s protest against the anti-people policies of the Nitish government will continue.

BJP National President Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda strongly condemned the brutality of the police administration and the dictatorial attitude of the state government on party leaders and workers in Patna on July 13, 2023 and has expressed deep sorrow over the death of party worker Shri Vijay Singh who was killed in police lathicharge. Many senior leaders and workers were injured in this lathi charge by the police. Shri Nadda had constituted a high level inquiry committee in this regard.
Members of inquiry committee:

1. Shri Raghuvardas, Former Chief Minister, Convener
2. Shri Manoj Tiwari, MP
3. Shri Vishnu Dayal Ram, MP
4. Smt. Sunita Duggal, MP

Earlier, BJP general secretary and in-charge of Bihar state Shri Vinod Tawde in a press statement said that Bharatiya Janata Party, Bihar unit organized a march from Gandhi Maidan in Bihar’s capital Patna to Bihar assembly to protest against the dictatorship of Nitish Kumar’s government, non-fulfilment of promises and the decisions being taken against the interests of the general public. Thousands of people from all over Bihar reached in the foot march giving their support. During this, thousands of innocent people were mercilessly crushed with lathi charge, tear gas and water canon by Nitish Kumar showing police hooliganism.