BJP workers stop train in protest against Ojha’s murder

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Arra, Feb. 14 (ANI): Protesting against the murder of party’s state vice-president Visheshwar Ojha, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers on Sunday morning stopped Rajendra Nagar-LokManya Tilak Terminus express here.

“The Nitish Government has failed on all fronts to check the rise of the gundaraj in the state. The people have fed-up of the present regime. We condemn the motive of the present government of killing the leaders of BJP. We would intensify our protest across the state,” said a local leader.

Earlier, BJP state vice-president Ojha was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in Arra.

He was shot dead while returning from a wedding.

Ojha had been named in police cases on various charges including murder and had contested the Bihar elections unsuccessfully last year.

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Two other people were injured in the attack. This shooting comes 12 hours after BJP leader Kedarnath Singh was shot dead in Chappra. (ANI)

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