After the arrest of the national president of the Jan Adhikar Party and former MP Pappu Yadav, now his supporters have created a ruckus. In Gaya of Bihar, his supporters shouted slogans in support of him, describing him as the messiah of the poor. At the same time, he also says that if he is not released, his supporters will break the lockdown and oppose it on the road. At the same time, in the arrest case, the lawyer of Pappu Yadav said that he was arrested under the pandemic act, although under which sections it is not known. Pappu Yadav got emotional in his statement and requested the CM Nitish Kumar government.
Pappu Yadav’s supporters went on protest on Wednesday to protest against his arrest. Party workers protested by putting black badges in their homes and are also demanding his safe release. Party District President Manish Yadav went on a strike in Adharpur Panchayat residence along with his supporters. During this, they shouted slogans against the government. The district president said that the state government has sent Pappu Yadav to jail to hide their failures. They said that On one hand, the public is dying due to a lack of ambulances and oxygen ministers on the other hand are busy resting in their respective homes. It is Pappu Yadav who was helping the needy people in the cause of the pandemic.
The wholesale Fruit Market Agricultural Produce Market Committee will remain closed for two days to protest against the arrest of Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav, patron of Jan Adhikar Party and former MP of Madhepura. Information about this was given by Shashikant Prasad, president of Patna Fruit and Vegetable Association on Wednesday.
President of Patna Fruit and Vegetable Association, Shashikant Prasad has said that “there will be no business in Mandi on May 13 and 14. Pappu Yadav was engaged in serving patients suffering from Corona infection. In the time of crisis, the elected public representatives were nowhere to be seen, while Pappu Yadav was arranging medicines, oxygen cylinders, ambulances, ventilators and food etc. to the patients.”
Prasad further added, “Those who exploited the patients were raising their voices against the hospitals. Despite this, he was arrested. This move of the government will reduce the morale of patients and those who help the victims.”
Other traders including Mandi's Jayaprakash Verma, Moe Hasnain, Kumar Mangalam, Anandit, Omprakash Gupta, Mo Raju, Mo Aftab, Surendra Mehta, Ashok Mehta have also opposed the arrest of Pappu Yadav while the decision to keep Mandi closed for two days Is welcomed.
Let us tell you that on Tuesday, a day before, former MP Pappu Yadav was scheduled to visit Patna Medical College Hospital (PMCH). They were preparing an action plan at their residence in Mandiri when the Patna police took them to the police station. Pappu had earlier been instructed by the police not to leave without any reason. He was then taken into custody by the Patna Police. Later, in an old case, when the non-bailable warrant came out, he was taken from the Madhepura police from Patna.