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'Administrative Anarchy In Bihar': RJD's Tejashwi Yadav Slams Bihar Govt Over 'Death In Custody' In West Champaran

NEW DELHI  INDIA , March 20 : A day after a clash erupted between locals after a man died in police custody due to a "bee sting" i...

'Administrative Anarchy In Bihar': RJD's Tejashwi Yadav Slams Bihar Govt Over 'Death In Custody' In West Champaran

NEW DELHI  INDIA , March 20 : A day after a clash erupted between locals after a man died in police custody due to a "bee sting" in West Champaran, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav described it as a "chaos". administration in Bihar” and urged the state government to investigate the matter. On Saturday, a mob set fire to the Baltar police station in Petya, west of Champaran, after the death of a man in police custody. The police confirmed the incident. Speaking to ANI today about the incident, Tejashwi Yadav said, "Death in custody in Phatia is unfortunate. In previous incidents also, police have killed people in custody. There is administrative chaos in Bihar."

Moreover, on Saturday, Pitiah District Police Superintendent, Abendra Nath Verma, spoke about the incident and said: “Up to three police cars were set on fire by a mob; one of the policemen lost his life in the accident. The accident took place after and the man died who was detained by the police because of a bee sting at the police station.” Speaking on the issue, the RJD leader said, "The chairman of the council himself claimed that the police are not listening to him. Prime Minister Nitish Kumar cannot handle the state." Tejashwi Yadav's statement comes as the Bihar government on Friday replaced a deputy police officer with the rank of SP who was at the center of the controversy that culminated in the inappropriate confrontation between Prime Minister Nitish Kumar and Parliament Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha earlier this week. Reportedly, the spokesperson was disturbed by the lack of cooperation of police officers, including the deputy SP. 

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