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Politics


ABVP, BJP Demand JD-U's Prashant Kishor's Arrest

Their demonstration came a day after an Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activist was arrested for pelting stones at Kishor's vehicle when he was coming out after a meeting with Patna University Vice Chancellor


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Ruling BJP members on December 4 protested against Bihar Police's action against ABVP activists and demanded the arrest of JD-U's national Vice President Prashant Kishor for breaking the model code of conduct ahead of the student union poll in the Patna University.

Their demonstration came a day after an Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activist was arrested for pelting stones at Kishor's vehicle when he was coming out after a meeting with Patna University Vice Chancellor.

Kishor's vehicle was damaged in the attack.

A dozen activists of the Rashtriya Swayamseval Sangh students' wing ABVP, two Bharatiya Janata Party legislators -- Arun Sonja and Nitin Navin -- along with several party leaders staged the sit-in at Pirbahor police station on December 4.

They shouted slogans against the BJP-JD(U) government and demanded the arrest of Kishor, who is considered close to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

They said Kishor has tried to influence the Patna University Student Union polls, scheduled for December 5, by holding a four-hour long meeting on December 3 night.

The arrested ABVP activists have been released on bail.

Nitin Navin, who leads a team of BJP Yuva Morcha on December 3 night told Governor LaljiTondon that Kishor has openly violated the model code of conduct.

Kishor's meeting with 
the vice chancellor was to aid the Chatra JD-U, student wing of the Janata Dal-United, they alleged.

Strongly reacting to the ABVP and BJP demands, Kishor wanted to know under what section of the Indian Penal Code his arrest was being demanded.

However, he said: "I will speak only after the student union polls."

An election strategist-turned-politician, Kishor joined the JD-U a few months ago and is spearheading the party's efforts to widen its network.

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