Agneepath Recruitment Scheme Protest: The protests against the Agnipath scheme of the central government are increasing continuously. In the midst of violent protests across the country, now the Congress has also spoken against the Center. Congress will protest against the Agneepath scheme at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar today.
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19 Jun 2022 07:56 AM (IST)
Agneepath scheme: 250 people arrested in Bihar due to violent protests
Violent protests continued in Bihar for the fourth consecutive day against the new Agneepath scheme for recruitment in the armed forces. A day-long Bihar bandh was also announced by several organizations in the state against the plan on Saturday during which protesters torched a railway station and a police vehicle and several personnel were injured in stone pelting incidents. . According to the information received from the police headquarters, a total of 25 FIRs have been registered in the entire state against the destruction and vandalism of railways, government property during the Bihar bandh and 250 chaotic elements have been arrested.
Agnipath Yojana Protest (19 June 2022) News: Agneepath Scheme for recruitment to the Armed Forces announced by the Central Government (Agneepath schemeThere are huge protests against this in many states of the country including Bihar. Hundreds of candidates aspiring to join the army have caused havoc in 13 states including Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh.Agneepath Scheme Protest) There is ruckus and sabotage. Rail and bus services were disrupted at many places. At the same time, now the Congress has also spoken against the government. Congress workers will hold a satyagraha at Jantar Mantar in the national capital today. Congress MPs, Congress Working Committee members as well as party office-bearers will participate in the Satyagraha, which is going to start at 10 am. Stay tuned to the page for every news related to Agneepath Yojana
Published On – Jun 19,2022 7:52 AM
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