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Violent protests in Bihar, tear gas fired

The police had to fire Tear gas bombs on protesters in I see it.

Patna:

protests against Agnipath, a radical recruiting plan for The armed forces turned violent today as army aspirants disrupted rail and road traffic in Multiple parts of Bihar for The second consecutive day. The demonstrators, who were carrying batons, smashed the glass windows of Intercity Express Train at Bhabhua Road Railway Station and set one coach on fire. And they held a banner that read “Indian Army Lovers” and raised slogans rejecting new Recruitment scheme.

At the railway station in Naked, the police had to resort to shelling tear gas to disperse a large crowd of protesters who They threw stones at the police. The visual images showed the railway crew using fire extinguishers to put out a fire caused by protesters throwing Home furniture on tracks and set fire to them.

In Ceyhanabad, students threw stones, injuring many people Including the police who chased them away to clear Railroads where camped to disrupt rail traffic. Dramatic scenes from the railway station showed policemen protesting against students throwing stones at each other. the police also They aimed their guns at the protesters scare They are away.

In group clubs of young men Burned tires in a public Slogans were raised calling for a retreat of a tour of duty Scheme. that they also The railways were closed at Nawada station and the tires were burnt on path. Visuals from the place show A huge crowd destroyed a railway property And shouting insults at Prime Minister Modi. You can see a lot of people doing push-ups on Railroads as police try to appeal for Peace through his hand public Tabuk system.

Agnipath, the round of duty Scheme, suggest employment of jaws on contractual basis for Four year period followed by compulsory retirement for Most without bonus and pension Benefits. The new Recruitment plan aims to cut down The government’s massive salary and pension bills and free up funds for Buying weapons.

In Soharsa, students flocked to the railway station and threw stones when the police tried to chase away to prevent disruption to rail traffic.

Violent mobs can also be seen in Chabra carrying heavy wooden sticks and smashing state road buses in Protest.

Protests from several parts have been reported of Neighboring Uttar Pradesh as well.

Yesterday, protests broke out out in Bihar Muzaffarpur and Buxar with Protesters ask what they will do after four years.

Under the Agnipath scheme, about 45,000 people between age of 17.5 years and 21 years will be entered into the services for fouryear period. During this period, their monthly stipends between Rs 30,000-40,000 plus allowances will be paid. they will also They are entitled to medical and insurance benefits.

Four years later, only 25 percent of these soldiers They will be kept and they will go on to serve for a full 15 years in Non-officer ranks. The rest will be removed from the services with a package Between Rs 11 lakh – Rs 12 lakh, but won’t be eligible for pension Benefits.

The new policy she has drawn Criticism and questions from several quarters, including the Department of of ancient warrior. Critics have argued that fouryear will of possession hit fighting spirit in Rank and make it risk- hater

Among the veterans, Major General B. s. Danoa (retired), “Two serious recommendations to just-announced Recruitment policy for Armed forces; a. Increase service life of new Recruits to the minute of seven years b. make keep of Those are eager to serve at least 50 percent longer.”

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