Andhra Pradesh police have arrested a former army man in Connection with Friday violence at Secunderabad railway station in Telangana over Police said the recruitment scheme was “agnipath”.
It is claimed that Avula Suba Rao is the mastermind behind Violence where several trains were set on fire By protesters, when one Someone was killed when the police opened fire To break up the mob, officials said.
It is said that he created WhatsApp groups to mobilize mobs and play a key role in Arson and vandalism in Secunderabad.
Mr. Rao from Prakasam district in Andhra Pradesh and was running a training academy for Army aspirants who have branches in Narsarupt, Hyderabad and at least seven other places for The past a few years.
He was arrested by the police for Questioning on Saturday.
19-year-old old Rajesh of Warangal was killed more More than a dozen injured on Friday by the thousands of Demonstrators attacked and burned several passenger trains at the railway station down coaches and destroy public property.
The police arrested many people in Connection with Violence from Adoni, Kurnool, Guntur, Nellore, Amadalavalasa, Visakhapatnam and Yalamanchili.
commotion erupted out in Several states yet government The ‘Agnipath’ scheme unveiled on Tuesday for Recruit of soldiers in Army, Navy, Air Force, on fouryear short-term contractual basis.
Under the scheme, people between age of 17.5 years and 21 years will be entered into the services for fouryear period. During this period, they will receive a monthly salary of Rs 30,000-40,000 plus allowances, followed by compulsory retirement. for Most without bonus and pension Benefits.