The proetst march, which will be led by Yadav, would also press the BJP-led government to keep its word on depositing Rs 15 lakh in the bank accounts of common people after bringing back the black money stashed in abroad, party state president Ram Chandra Purve said.
"All preparations have been made for it. Yadav is arriving in Patna on Friday evening itself. Party leaders from panchayat to state-level from across Bihar will assemble in Patna for the march," he said.

Purve said around 20,000 people from across the state will participate in the march, he said adding "BJP is trying to bring a black law that will deprive our farmers of land, their sole means to eke out a living."

RJD General Secretary Mundrika Singh Yadav said marches will also be organised at district and block headquarters in the state in the coming days.

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