Agneepath Protest: Rs 3 lakh loot at THIS railway station, govt on high alert


Arrah: Cash value Rs 3 lakh was looted from a ticket counter at Bihiya railway station in Bihar`s Arrah amid the continued protests in opposition to the Agnipath scheme on Friday. According to the ticket counter in cost, there was a sudden assault by the stone pelters whereas the tickets had been being given to the passengers. “We had been giving tickets to passengers, instantly large crowd pelted stones and set the workplace ablaze. They looted Rs 3 lakh money,” he mentioned. Protests have erupted in elements of the nation together with varied corners of Bihar in opposition to the newly launched recruitment programme of the Defence Forces.

The agitation in opposition to the Agnipath scheme turned violent because it continued for a 3rd straight day in Bihar with protesters allegedly attacking the homes of Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Renu Devi and Bihar BJP president and West Champaran MP Sanjay Jaiswal.

Bihar leaders’ residences attacked

The residence of Jaiswal, in Bettiah, was attacked by agitators protesting in opposition to the Agnipath recruitment scheme. One policeman was injured.

Jaiswal, whereas confirming the event to ANI, mentioned that he was at his ancestral residence when the incident happened.

“Not a lot harm to the property has been accomplished,” he mentioned.

Meanwhile, Renu Devi`s son instructed ANI, “Our residence in Bettiah was attacked. We suffered a number of harm. She (Renu Devi) is in Patna.”

Anti-Agnipath protest turns violent

Today, railway site visitors was blocked and prepare coaches had been set ablaze in a number of states comparable to Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Telangana. Meanwhile, anticipating violence within the state, the Haryana authorities has suspended web providers in Faridabad district`s Ballabgarh.

In Telangana, a number of individuals had been injured, after Telangana police allegedly opened hearth on a mob at Secunderabad railway station as protests in opposition to the Agnipath scheme escalated into large-scale violence and arson.

Violent protest over the Central authorities`s `Agnipath` scheme for recruitment in armed forces continued throughout Bihar on Thursday with lots of of aspirants disrupting rail and street site visitors whereas police fired tear fuel shells to disperse them.

On Wednesday additionally, aspirants staged protests at Muzaffarpur, Begusarai and Buxar districts over the scheme, disrupting street and rail site visitors motion.


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