Patna: Stones were on Friday pelted at former Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Kanhaiya Kumar’s convoy near Arrah in Bihar. Also Read - Bihar Hospital Declares Alive COVID Patient Dead, Hands Over Another Person's Body To Kin
According to reports, the leader was travelling from Buxar to Arrah when his convoy was attacked. Also Read - COVID-19: Bihar to Test Those Coming by Trains From Maharashtra at Railway Stations, Says CM Nitish Kumar
Earlier this month, Kanhaiya Kumar suffered injuries after stones were pelted at his convoy on his way back from a public meeting in Supaul, Bihar. His convoy came under attack while he was on his way to Saharsa. As he passed through a local market, protestors pelted stones at him and damaged the glass panes on several vehicles. Also Read - Sasaram: Students Pelt Stones, Vandalise Properties During COVID-19 Protocol Enforcement Drive | Watch
Prior to that, Kumar’s cavalcade was attacked in Bihar’s Saran district when it was passing through the Chapra-Siwan main road at Kopa bazaar.
One of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sharpest critics, Kanhaiya Kumar has been on the forefront of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the National Register of Citizens and the National Population Register.