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Agnipath scheme: more protests in Haryana, damage caused in Ludhiana railway station; 369 Trains Canceled: The Tribune India


Chandigarh /Jehanabad / Buxar / Gaya (Bihar), June 18

protests against Agnipath scheme continued in Haryana with Put some young people a vehicle on fire outside Mahendergarh . Railway Station on Saturday when group of over 50 agitators were stormed inside Ludhiana Railway Station in Punjab caused damage to property.

police personnel Patrol amid the protests against The scheme of the center “Agnipath”, in Patna on June 17, 2022. PTI

Railways canceled 369 trains on Saturday due to commotion against Agnipath diagram for Recruitment, officials said.

These include 210 postal/express trains and 159 domestic passenger trains.

railways have also Partially canceled two postal / express trains, so the total number of Officials said 371 trains were affected during the day.

police official From Mahendergarh, which has seen strong protests against Defense Recruitment Scheme over past A few days, he said that a group of youths set a pick-up transportation car on fire and indulged in sabotage. Railway engineer in Mahendergarh, his residence quarter Adjacent to the railway station, he said that some protesters broke into his house building complex and damaged officeand generator set.

In Punjab, a group of over 50 young men, who covered their faces with A piece of cloth installed inside the Ludhiana Railway Complex. Because some were carrying sticks, they smashed many glass panels and ticket Counters said the police. The demonstrators were demanding this conscription into the army should a necklace like earlier.

some passengers who were to catch train for various the places in UP and Bihar A . said group of Suddenly the youth stormed inside and started breaking the glass panes.

In Jalandhar, young people took out A rally and later organized a protest. that they took out Protest march from Rama Mandi Chowk to PAP chowk blocked national Highway and student center should Pull out the Agnipath chart.

Meanwhile, protests against Agnipath scheme continued in several parts of Haryana. Young also organized a protest in Sonipat and blocking the Rohtak-Panipat highway. In Keithal Hmm took out Protest march during protests also detained in Fatehbad and Jund.

Bihar: Violent anti-Agnipath protests continued in Bihar for Fourth day in a row on Saturday, with The instigators are burning vehicles parked on Building of police station in Jehanabad district officials said.

A large number of Protesters gathering outside Tahata Police Station around 8:30 a.m. and started throwing at security personnel with stones. Later, hmm set many of vehiclesincluding bus and truck and on fire, they said.

Normal life affected in The provinces of Gaya, Boksar and Cihanabad, as well as some other parts of Bihar, like vehicles stayed off roads and shops And the business Institutions were shutexcept for those who sell basic products itemsdue to the statewide bandwidth invoked by student Organizations led by the All India Left Students Union (AISA).

Various political parties, including the RJD, Hindustani Awam Morcha (secular) and the Vikassheel Insaan (VIP) party, have extended they support to Banda call.

The railways canceled many trains to prevent damage from agitators.

the state government she has already outstanding internet services in 12 regions until June 19 due to the massive violent protests that shook the country.

Internet services suspended in Kaymur, Bhojpur, Aurangabad, Rohtas, Buxar, Nawada, West Champaran, Samastipur, Lakisarai, Bigusarai, Vaishali and Saran districts, according to an order from the Home Ministry.

Injunctions under Section 144 of Her CrPC also imposed in The most affected areas to prevent any unwanted accident, a senior police official He said.

Thiruvananthapuram: hundreds of youths on Saturday took out Huge protest rally here against Agnipath scheme of the center.

A large number of army aspirants, who They were reportedly waiting to join the defense service assembled in Thambanor located in the heart of the city in In the morning he walked to Raj Bhavan, and official Accommodation of Governor Arif Muhammad Khan.

They were seen raising slogans against the Union government’s new military Recruitment scheme and holding banners and banners Urging the authorities to withdraw decision on the nearest.

The protesting youths reportedly came from various slash of Southern state.

An angry man said they would continue to strike until the center was gone back that it decision And the justice They are guaranteed.

“many of us I decided to join The preparations for the army began for Exam after graduation studies drop halfway. What will we do if the center continues forward with This scheme? our future will be in Risk. Therefore, we will continue our work fight until we get justice,” He said.

Violent protests erupted out in slash of The country that demands the center to roll back The Agnipath scheme was unveiled by the Ministry of Defense a merit-based recruitment system for all India for Enrollment soldiers, pilots, and sailors.

trains were set a fire, public and the police vehicles attack and personnel Injured protestors over “Agnipath” multiplied and swept across several states, including Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, on Thursday and Friday.

Under the scheme, young people will be given an opportunity to serve in Armed Forces as ‘Agniveer’ for a period of Four years, including an internship.

Hyderabad: Train services at Secunderabad railway station, which witnessed a fire and violence in The death of aspiring protester join Armed Forces, limp back to normal, a senior official of South Central Railway said on Saturday.

Additional General Manager of Police (Railroad) Sandeep Chandelia said the situation at Secunderabad station is peaceful and the police continue to deploy additional forces to thwart any untoward incident.

“It’s normal at the station. We saw some. problem At Mehboobkar railway station. In general, railway stations in “Telangana is fine,” the police officer said.

a senior South Central Railway official He said that train service resumed from the station at 8 p.m. on Friday and it’s normal now.

He said security has been tightened up in And around the station and passengers with Only valid tickets are allowed to enter the terminal buildings.

New Delhi: Delhi Police arrested a man for Allegedly delivering an incendiary speech and inciting youth to protest against Officials said the Agnipat scheme is here on Saturday.

Police said Surinder Sharma aka Fuji made The alleged speech on Friday morning in front of a gathering of 50-60 agitators during the demonstration near the gate of and MCD office in Baba Haredas Nagar.

Young men chanted slogans for pressure for pulling out of newly announced Agnipath diagram for Recruit of soldiers in Armed forces on contractual basis for four years.

Protesters were transferred to one side of Road so that there was no traffic disturbeda senior A police officer said, adding that they were later asked to disperse peacefully.

Later, Sharma, consonant of Asalatpur Khawad village near Daulatpur, joined The protest began to “incite” the instigators through its inflammatory rhetoric. he is also got into a fight with the police personnel There is a deputy commissioner of Police (Dwarka) M. Harsha Vardane.

a total of Police said 18 protesters were arrested at the site and taken into custody under precautionary measures.

Kolkata: train services on Selda Road – Barakpur in North 24 Barjanas district in West Bengal has been disrupted for Around one hour on Saturday as a group of Anti-Agnipath agitators blocked railways and made pushes to register the protest against The new Scheme for Recruitment in Armed forces.

About 20 protesters blocked the road on both of them up And the down Lines at the intersection level of about 10 am also Affect vehicular traffic, spokesperson of Eastern Railway said.

“We love our country, please don’t play with our future. We were getting ready for Army for Several years, and now the center is implementing the Agnipath scheme. we demand immediate retreat”, one of The protesters, who were holding a banner, “Agnipath County,” told reporters.

The demonstration affected railway services during office hoursSeveral passengers who were waiting at Barakpur railway station arrived at the protest site and a brawl ensued with instigators. The protesters were removed From the site about 11.15 am and railway services and their movement of vehicles Resumed, GRP official He said.

About 50-60 anti-Agnipath agitators have blocked the railway tracks at Thakurnagar station in interrupt for hour and-half on yesterday.

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