Pappu Yadav threatens to pull out Manipuri students in Bihar


Former RJD leader, Pappu Yadav, on Wednesday threatened to pull out passengers from Manipur travelling through Bihar and send them back to their home state.

This, the expelled RJD MP said, was to protest the violence against Bihari migrants in the northeastern state.

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“If the situation did not improve or violence against Bihari migrants continue in Manipur, forcibly pull out Manipuri passengers from trains running through Bihar and send them back to Manipur,” Yadav said.

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He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should intervene over the violence against Bihari migrants in Manipur adding that both PM Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar responsible for what was happening in Manipur.

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“PM Modi and Nitish Kumar should talk to the Manipur government immediately to stop the violence,” he said.


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