Samadhan Yatra: Bihar Police on alert ahead of CM Aurangabad visit as Maoist group threatens to kill BJP MP and JDU MLA. The district administration is on alert mode ahead of the Chief Minister's planned visit to Aurangabad and Rohtas on February 11.
Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is on a solution journey these days. On February 11, CM will be in Rohtas and Aurangabad under Samadhan Yatra. For which all the preparations are being done. Naxalites have put up threatening posters two days before Nitish’s Samadhan Yatra. Naxalites have threatened to kill BJP MP Sushil Kumar Singh and former JDU MLA from Goh, Ranvijay Singh.
It has been written on the poster put up by the Naxalites that until MP Sushil Singh does not bring a canal in his area, the Marxist Communist Party will stop you from roaming in the area. If you do not obey this order, then you will have to face opposition from the Maoists.
Naxalites have also threatened Ranvijay Singh, ex-MLA of Goh, saying that the condition of Sushil Pandey will be the same for you. Sushil Pandey’s dead body is increasing the yield of the poor farmer’s farm even today. Those who sit at Gauh Chowk with their feudalist thinking and extortion, your party office and you will be blown away.
What do Maoists demand?
“Maoists who are lodged in jail or outside are keeping eyes on them. They (Sushil Kumar Singh and Ranvijay Kumar) have to transform their ideology from feudalism to Marxism,” the poster reads.
However, Goh constituency MLA Kumar dismissed the threat, he has been fighting against naxal groups all his life. “I have been in politics for the last 42 years and fighting against naxal groups. Their existence is no longer relevant now. Naxal groups are ineffective due to the CRPF Cobra battalion, district police and STF. I am not afraid of any such threat,” he added
District administration on toe
Meanwhile, the district administration is on alert mode ahead of the Chief Minister’s planned visit to Aurangabad and Rohtas on February 11. It should be noted here that the ‘Samadhan Yatra’ of the JD(U) is aimed at assessing the status of ongoing welfare programmes and the pending works in the state.