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In dry Bihar, Banjo player shot dead by drunk youth for refusing to play Nagin tune

Kaimur: Near district headquarters, a Banjo master was shot dead after he didn’t play the popular Nagin tune in a wedding procession.

The incident is from the Bhabhua’s War number 6, Kanchan nagar. According to reports, deceased Dhirendra Ram belongs to the Rohtas district. During the procession, a drunk man asked the Banjo master to play the Nagin tune, soon it led to an argument between the two.

When the matter got heated up, the youth shot Banjo Master. However, after the incident, the accused youth fled the scene. The police is now conducting raids to arrest the accused.

Police raided the house of the accused and seized his bike along with 12 cartridges. The father and brother of the murderer have been arrested. The deceased Banjo player is said to be Dhirendra Rama, son of Shivamuni Ram, resident of Akashi village under Agrere, in the district of Rohtas.

Earlier, in another sad incident from the state, a cake shop owner was shot dead by unidentified assailants on February 23. According to the reports, four unidentified men on two bikes had tried to loot Kumar’s bag that was filled with cash while he was going somewhere on his bike, but when he tried to resist, the assailants shot him on the chest before fleeing from the spot. A case was registered at the Gandhi Maiden Police station and the Station House officer said that they have recovered two cartridges from the spot and the investigation of the matter is underway.

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