After being denied permission for holding protests against the clashes in Kanth earlier this month in Moradabad, BJP workers on Tuesday took out a march here this afternoon.
All the trains and flights from here to Delhi were full of thousands of JD-U workers and leaders going to national capital for party`s `Adhikar rally` seeking special economic status for Bihar.
Asserting that fight for special status for Bihar has reached `a decisive stage`, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said faster development of backward state would help the country achieve inclusive growth.
More than 40,000 JD(U) activists are expected to attend the March 17 rally of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Delhi`s Ram Lila Maidan, demanding special-category status for Bihar.
Day in Pics: 7th May
Showbiz World - May 7, 2015
62nd National Film Awards