Bihar road rage murder: JD(U) MLC’s absconding son Rocky Yadav arrested

New Delhi:Two days after allegedly shooting dead a 20-year-old youth in a road rage incident, Bihar police on Monday late night arrested the son of a JD(U) MLC who was on the run after the incident.

Aditya Sachdeva was shot dead allegedly by JD(U) MLC Manorama Devi’s son Rakesh Ranjan Yadav alias Rocky Kumar Yadav for overtaking his vehicle near police lines in Gaya district on Saturday night.

“We have arrested Rocky Yadav,” said Senior Superintendent of Police Garima Mallick said.
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“We have been carrying out regular raids and based on our interrogation of various people we have made the arrest. I cannot give you more details right now,” reported NDTV quoting Mallick.
Rocky’s father Bindeshwari Prasad Yadav alias Bindi Yadav, known in the area for his muscle and money power, and Manorama Devi’s bodyguard Rajesh Kumar were arrested on Sunday for allegedly helping the accused escape.
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A Gaya court today remanded both–Bindi Yadav and Rajesh Kumar–to a 14-day judicial custody in connection with the case.
Shops and business establishments in Gaya remained shut in view of the bandh called by the BJP and some social and political outfits in protest against the incident.
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Asked if action would be initiated also against Manorama Devi, the Chief Minister did not give a categorical answer but said “a thorough probe is on in the incident and nobody would be spared.”
Protesters, led by the Leader of Opposition Prem Kumar, took out a procession near Kotwali police station raising slogans against the state government and demanding arrest of the culprits.

They were later detained by the police.
Union minister Uma Bharti came down heavily on the Nitish Kumar government for the “deteriorating law and order situation in Bihar” and said the Gaya incident showed that people belonging to the ruling alliance were drunk with power

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