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Rahul, Kejriwal and Tejashwi to join hands at Jantar Mantar to protest Muzaffarpur incidence

By Vinod
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    New Delhi, Aug 3: For the first time after the Supreme Court of India has lifted ban to organize any protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, the heaven of protestors will once again illuminate with mahagathbandhan partners joining hands to protest against the incidences of sexual exploitation at shelter home in Muzaffarpur in Bihar. The protest will be joined by Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejeshwi Yadav. West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee may also join the protest.

    Congress president Rahul Gandhi

    The prospective allies of mahagathbandhan will join hands against one of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) partner in Bihar - the Janata Dal (United). The outfit with the patronage of former Union minister Sharad Yadav Loktantrik Janata Dal may also join the protest. The Bihar chief minister has been keeping silent on the issue ever since it broke out but breaking his silence on August 3, Nitish Kumar said that alleged sex abuse of girls at the shelter home "has left us with a sense of shame and guilt.

    Former cabinet minister in the Bihar government Tejashwi Yadav said that to protest the incidence of Muzaffarpur, the Rashtriya Janata Dal will hold protests in Bihar and across the country. This will start from Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on August 4 to seek answers from Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Muzaffarpur shelter home case and several other crimes in the state.

    Supporters of Tejashwi from Bihar will join the protest similarly the Congress workers and Aam Admi Party workers too will join the protest. It is expected that over 10000 people will gather to make the protest a success. Not only the Bihar chief minister but Prime minister Narendra Modi will be in the firing line of these leaders.

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