BSP leader shot dead outside Allahabad University; supporters torch bus, attack hospital

A party leader Bahujan Samaj (BSP) was shot dead at a hotel near Allahabad University in Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh on Monday night, police said Tuesday.
Energetic BSP activists staged a violent protest and set fire to a bus that demanded the authors’ premature arrest. Strong police forces were rushed near Indian Press Crossing to control the situation.

Preliminary investigations revealed that Rajesh Yadav had gone to meet someone at Tara Chand Hostel with his friend, Dr. Mukul Singh, where he had an altercation with the people.
BSP leader Rajesh Yadav was shot dead.
Dr. Singh told police that some people attacked the BSP chief and shot him around 2:30. Yadav suffered a gunshot wound in his stomach and was taken to a private hospital by Dr. Singh where he died during his treatment.

Allahabad police chief Siddarth Shankar Meena said the empty cartridges were found in the Yadav vehicle.
According to media reports, on Tuesday two buses were set on fire and a hospital was reportedly attacked by BSP workers.

Police investigate the incident and an FIR will be filed after receiving a complaint, authorities said.
Originally from the village of Bhadohi in Duguna, Yadav challenged the assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh in 2017 on a BSP ticket.
Reports indicated that Yadav lived with his family in Haritkunj apartment near Chandrashekhar Azad Park.

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