Patna: Due to the rising prices of petrol-diesel and domestic gas across the country, there is an outcry. The people of the middle and lower classes of the society are troubled by the impact of inflation. Due to the ever increasing inflation in the country, the leaders of the opposition are constantly besieging the government. In this sequence, Bihar’s Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav has announced a state-wide protest against the rising prices of petrol, diesel and LPG.
RJD will hit the road on 18-19 July
The Leader of Opposition said that the RJD will hold protests in all the blocks of Bihar on July 18 and in all the district headquarters on July 19. Other parties of the Grand Alliance should also participate in this demonstration, for this, they will write a letter to all the constituent parties of the Grand Alliance. Let us tell you that Tejashwi Yadav, who returned to Bihar after a long time during the Corona period, is attacking the state and central government regarding inflation. They are constantly demanding to reduce the price of petrol, diesel and domestic gas.
RJD will stage protests against rising prices of petrol, diesel & LPG at all blocks of Bihar on July 18 & at all district headquarters on July 19. We’ll write to parties of Mahagathbandhan to join the protest: RJD leader & Leader of Opposition in State Assembly, Tejashwi Yadav pic.twitter.com/CdBu4UEuy9
— ANI (@ANI) July 14, 2021
In this sequence, he has announced a statewide demonstration on Wednesday. He tweeted from his official Twitter handle and wrote, “There will be a statewide demonstration on 18-19 July in protest against the record-breaking inflation.”
There will be a statewide demonstration on 18-19 July in protest against the record-breaking inflation.
— Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) July 14, 2021
Let us inform that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is being surrounded by posters from the youth wing of the party. At the same time, RJD supremo Lalu Yadav also took a jibe at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar by tweeting that the price of petrol has crossed 100 in almost all the districts of the state.
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