Brother of RJD leader shot dead in Bihar's Nalanda

The deceased has been identified as Chandan Kumar, brother of RJD leader, Satyendra Kumar (aka Bablu Yadav).

Published: 07th October 2019 12:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th October 2019 12:32 PM   |  A+A-

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By ANI

NALANDA: Brother of a RJD leader was shot dead by unidentified criminals here on Sunday night. The deceased has been identified as Chandan Kumar, brother of RJD leader, Satyendra Kumar (aka Bablu Yadav). Kumar is the RJD, general secretary, Panchayati Raj cell.

The incident took place in Biabani village. As per the police, Chandan was shot in the chest. Nilesh Kumar, SP Nalanda, said, "The incident took place last night. The victim was a student and had no criminal record. The investigation is underway."

Meanwhile, Bablu Yadav denied having any rivalry with anyone. "We have no information. When we went to wake him up in the morning... saw bullet pumped in his chest. The criminals shot him dead inside the home. One country-made pistol has been recovered," he said.

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