JAP leader Pappu Yadav

Jan Adhikar Party leader, Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav, suffered fracture in his right hand as dais from where he was addressing an election meeting collapsed due to overcrowding in Minapur constituency of Bihar on October 31.

Yadav was addressing a public meeting in Minapur constituency, when his dais collapsed. Yadav himself posted on his Twitter account informing that his right hand was fractured in the incident.

He, however, blamed the administration for the incident saying no proper arrangement was made to handle large gathering present at the venue to hear his speech.

The JAP leader said that he would “continue to work hard for change of regime in Bihar” convincing the people in ongoing assembly election.

“People were fed up with present regime and had made up their mind to oust Nitish government from the power,” he remarked.

Yadav took pot-shot at both chief minister Nitish Kumar and RJD leader Tejasvi Prasad Yadav for promises being made by them to people. “While Nitish Kumar government had failed in 15 years of its tenure, it was ridiculous to hear the promises of Tejasvi Prasad Yadav that he would give government jobs to 10 lakh youths if voted to power,” he remarked.

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