Ruckus From Bihar UP To Bengal Against Agneepath 5 Trains Burnt Internet Closed In Haryana Know 10 Big Things

Agnipath Scheme Protest: Protests are taking place in many parts of the country for the third consecutive day against the Agnipath scheme of the Central Government. After Bihar and UP, miscreants set fire to the train in Secunderabad, Telangana. After this incident, four-five people have been shifted to the hospital for treatment. On the other hand, the Yamuna Expressway in Aligarh has been occupied by the protesters. Vehicles are stuck on the expressway and the police administration is trying to explain. Protesters vandalized UP Roadways buses, set a bus on fire. Whereas, on the other hand, the protesters have pelted stones at the house of the Deputy CM of Bihar.

The furious mob created a ruckus in 11 states including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, West Bengal, Telangana. In Bihar’s Samastipur, miscreants set fire to the Jammu Tawi-Guwahati Express train this morning, in which two bogies of the train were burnt to ashes, while in Ballia, UP, a fierce mob of youth created a ruckus and vandalized many trains.

Let’s see today’s 10 big things…

1- Youths set fire to a train parked for washing at Ballia railway station in Uttar Pradesh, due to which one of its bogies got burnt. According to police sources, a crowd of youth gathered at the Veer Lorik Stadium located at the district headquarters in the early hours of Friday to protest against the Agneepath scheme. The crowd of youth from the stadium reached Ballia railway station. Youth armed with sticks started a ruckus at the railway station.

2- The youths opposing the Agneepath scheme have created a ruckus in Bihar. According to the latest information, miscreants have pelted stones at the residence of Deputy Chief Minister Renu Devi in ​​Bihar, although the police who reached the spot dispersed the crowd. It is being told that the mob tried to enter inside the residence of the Deputy CM.

3- Miscreants set fire to the Jammu Tawi-Guwahati Express train in Bihar’s Samastipur this morning. Two bogies of the train got burnt. This is the incident of Mohiuddinnagar station of Hajipur-Barauni railway section. On the other hand, miscreants also set fire to the Bihar Sampark Kranti Express train going from Darbhanga to New Delhi. Four bogies of the train were burnt to ashes.

4 – Haryana government has stopped mobile internet services in Ballabhgarh sub-division of Faridabad. Services will remain closed for the next 24 hours. The decision was taken in view of the possibility of violence in the army recruitment dispute.

5- The agitation over Agneepath has turned violent. At the Secunderabad railway station in Telangana, the protesters torched the bogies of some trains as well as pelted stones at the passengers.

6- Telangana Information Technology and Industry Minister K. T. Rama Rao said on Friday that this movement reflects the problem of unemployment in the country. Rama Rao, popularly known as KTR, tweeted, “The violent protests against this ‘Agneeveer’ scheme reflect the magnitude of the unemployment crisis in the country and open (people’s) eyes.”

6- Telangana Information Technology and Industry Minister K. T. Rama Rao said on Friday that this movement reflects the problem of unemployment in the country. Rama Rao, popularly known as KTR, tweeted, “The violent protests against this ‘Agneeveer’ scheme reflect the magnitude of the unemployment crisis in the country and open (people’s) eyes.”

7- In Secunderabad, Telangana, youths entered the train in protest against the Agneepath scheme, after which the Railway GM has called an emergency meeting. It is being told that according to the Railway GM, there has been a loss of about 20 crores.

8- The protest against the Agneepath plan was held at the historic Howrah Bridge in West Bengal where the police cleared the way by clearing these people immediately.

9- ITO Metro Gate 5 has been closed after the demonstration of youth against Agneepath scheme intensified at ITO of Delhi. It is being told that 1 student has been injured in a scuffle with the police. At the same time, the protesters have been detained.

10- Train services have been affected due to students’ agitation at various stations under the jurisdiction of East Central Railway. 12335 Malda Town – Lokmanya Tilak (T) Express and 12273 Howrah – New Delhi Duronto Express are cancelled.

Let us tell you, under the scheme, about 46,000 soldiers will be recruited in the three services this year. The eligibility age for selection will be between 17 and a half years to 21 years and will be named as ‘Agniveer’.

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