Agnipath Agniveer Protest; Bihar closed on June 18, 72 hours ultimatum to Modi government

Publish Date: 18 Jun, 2022 |
 
Agnipath protest: Students and youth in 22 districts of Bihar are rioting for the third day in a row in front of the helpless administration in protest of the 'Agneepath' scheme as they warn the government to make the amendment in the 4 year contract. AISA-INOS, the Rozgar Sangharsh United Front, and the Army Recruitment Jawan Morcha of Bihar have called a (Bihar Band) on Saturday to discuss the Central Government's speedy withdrawal of the Agnipath initiative, which introduced the contract system to the army.

Bihar Band on June 18

The organizations have set the Modi government a 72-hour deadline. If the government does not reverse this scheme, which jeopardizes national security and mocks the youth, Bihar will go on strike on June 18, followed by a Bharat bandh. According to student youth leaders, this programme is a cruel joke on the youth while also compromising the country's national security on the other hand. The plan will never be accepted by the country.

Tejasswi Yadav opposes Agnipath scheme

The RJD has also approved the Bihar Ban, which will be held on June 18. Mrityunjay Tiwari, a spokesperson for the RJD, claimed that the current protest is the outcome of the federal government's misguided policies. He claimed that Tejaswi Yadav has stated his opposition to the plan and that no matter what  Central govt. has to take back the initiative.
 

 

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