Poster comes up in Muzaffarpur declaring reward for tracing 'missing' Tejashwi

22 Jun 2019 11:18 AM

Poster comes up in Muzaffarpur declaring reward for tracing 'missing' Tejashwi

Updated 22 Jun 2019 11:18 AM

A poster has come up in Muzaffarpur town of north Bihar declaring a reward of Rs 5,100 for anyone who traces "missing" RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, who has not made any public appearance since the drubbing in the Lok Sabha polls.
Muzaffarpur district has been reeling under a severe outbreak of brain fever that has killed more than 100 children. 

Put up by Tamanna Hashmi, a local social activist, who recently filed a petition in a local court demanding that the Centre and the state government be taken to task for "failing" to contain the outbreak, the gigantic poster has a screaming heading in 'Missing! Missing! Missing!' 

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