FIR against BJP men in Chapra explosion case
Four alleged BJP workers have been named accused in connection with an explosion on the eve of polling in Chapra.
Four alleged BJP workers have been named accused in connection with an explosion that took place on the eve of polling in Chapra Lok Sabha constituency on April 25.
Bhupendra Singh and Vimesh Singh were killed when the bombs they were making for alleged use during polling in Chapra, went off at Samkauria village under Ishwapur police station in Bihar's Saran district.
Police said inquiry revealed that both Bhupendra Singh and Vimesh Singh were allegedly BJP workers and they were later made accused in the case.
Tuna Singh and Jagdish Singh of Samkauria have also been made accused in the case.
The police made this revelation to reporters during the visit of the two-member poll panel to Chapra to hold an inquiry into the complaints of booth grabbing and violence allegedly unleashed by the ruling RJD workers during polling in the constituency on April 26.