Bihar BJP MPA Hari Bhushan Thakur is most of the 10 BJP leaders within the country, who have been given ‘Y’ class safety cowl amidst the latest violence against the Army’s new recruitment policy
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA from Madhubani’s Bisfi legislative meeting constituency, Hari Bhushan Thakur Bachaul has said that he received dying threats from an nameless man or woman over cellphone on Thursday night and lodged a police criticism at the Secretariat police station in Patna on Friday.
“I changed into coming from Bisfi to Patna on Thursday night. When I reached near Muzaffarpur around 10.38pm, a caller threatened to kill me on phone using foul language,” the BJP MLA said adding that the matter have to be investigated and movement must be taken in opposition to those who are guilty. He also stated that he is going to whinge to the Speaker of the country meeting on this regard.
When contacted, the SHO of Secretariat PS, C P Gupta showed that he had acquired a complaint from the MLA about the threat name. However, because the issue was associated with Madhubani, the criticism can be forwarded to the Madhubani police for investigation, he delivered.
Thakur said: “I spoke against Jihadis and traitors. Maybe that’s why the risk has been issued to me”.
Recently, in the wake of violence at some stage in the protests via process aspirants in opposition to the Centré’s ‘Agnipath’ scheme, Thakur had stated that people who had been creating ruckus were anti-nationals and jihadis. Thakur had as soon as grabbed headlines for his statement that the balloting rights of minorities ought to be abolished in the country.
Hari Bhushan Thakur is among the 10 BJP leaders in Bihar, who have been given ‘Y’ category protection cowl amidst the current violence against the Army’s new recruitment coverage.