Nitish protests, JD-U blocks road, rail traffic

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar took to the streets Sunday seeking a "special status" for his state in a protest which saw thousands of his party activists block road and rail traffic.Large groups of
nitish protests jd u blocks road rail traffic -...
IANS March 02, 2014 14:08 IST
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar took to the streets Sunday seeking a "special status" for his state in a protest which saw thousands of his party activists block road and rail traffic.

Large groups of Janata Dal-United (JD-U) activists, at places running into a few hundred, squatted on rail tracks all over the state, disrupting train traffic.

They also blockaded highways and other key roads across the state.

 
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