In a road rage incident involving a Bihar politician, a class 12 student was gunned down after he refused to permit a Land Rover steered by the politician’s son to pass. The incident happened on the subject of Might 7 in Gaya town.
Here are the current developments in the story
The deceased Aditya Sachdeva, that is son of a well-known Gaya businessman, was returning along along with his 3 others good friends from Bodh Gaya after attending a birthday party. The 4 good friends were driving a Swift car.
The son of JD-U MLA Manorama Devi and dreaded gangster-turned politician Bindeshwari Yadav, Rocky Kumar was driving in a Land Rover car which belongs to the legislator.
Apart from Rocky, his pal and Rajesh Kumar, bodyguard of Bihar police offered to Manorama Devi was likewise in the Land Rover.
Rocky, that was driving the SUV tried to overtake the Swift in which Aditya and his good friends were taking a trip however was unable to do so. Angered by this, Rocky sped his SUV, overtook Aditya’s auto and stopped.
An infuriated Rocky along along with his good friends and bodyguard started brutally thrashing up the 4 friends. Quickly Rocky pulled out his pistol from the SUV and started firing in the air. Trembling, the 4 good friends tried to escape in their auto as soon as Rocky fired at the auto which strike in Aditya head and he died on the subject of the spot.
After the incident, Rocky fled away. The Bihar police has actually now recovered the Land Rover car and arrested the bodyguard and interrogating him or her at an undisclosed location.
Police have actually likewise detained the legislator and her husband Bindi Yadav and questioning them.
- Manorama Devi and her gangster husband were earlier in RJD and later unified Nitish Kumar‘s JD-U in June last year to contest the council elections. Bindi Yadav is referred to as terror in Gaya-Jahnabad-Arwal location of Bihar and in the 90’s engineered a reign of terror in this region.
The Bihar govt owned likewise invoked Crime Manage Act on the subject of Bindi Yadav to Manage him. In 2011, Bindi Yadav was arrested after police recovered big cache of explosives, AK-47, SLR, carbine and 15000 rounds of ammunition from his vehicle. The recovery was suggested to be provided to the Maoists to target protection forces. A situation under National protection Act was registered versus Bindi Yadav, then.
Angry locals on the subject of Sunday jammed a number of roads in Gaya town stressful the arrest of the legislator’s son.