Two RJD Leaders Shot In Bihar's Muzzafarpur, Investigation Underway

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Two Rashtriya Janata Dal​ (RJD) leaders were shot dead by unknown assailants in Muzaffarpur's Kanti area late on Thursday, June 13

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

Two Rashtriya Janata Dal​ (RJD) leaders were shot dead by unknown assailants in Muzaffarpur's Kanti area late on Thursday, June 13. The leaders have been identified as Surendra Yadav and Umashankar Prasad. Police said that the case can be related to the property dispute.

In February, former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin's nephew Yusuf was shot dead in Siwan. Earlier, party leader Raghuvar Rai was killed by unidentified assailants in broad daylight outside his house in Kalyanpur. He was admitted to a private hospital in Darbhanga where he was declared dead.

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Republic TV sources said informing about the incident that Police also said that the reason for the attack may be some personal rivalry or animosity.

Meanwhile, Police are also investigating the issue and raids are being done to unearth the case. The situation is under control and investigation is underway.

DSP Mukul Ranjan while talking to the media said: "Both the injured are in a stable condition now, investigation underway."

(more updates are awaited)

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