The demonstration of the youth regarding the Agneepath scheme continues for the third day. In many places in Bihar, youth are protesting against this new scheme by taking to the road. Apart from this, protests are going on in Uttar Pradesh for the second day as well. It is reported that the railway station of Ballia was vandalized on Friday morning.
After Bihar and UP, miscreants set fire to the train in Secunderabad, Telangana. After this incident, four-five people have been shifted to the hospital for treatment. On the other hand, the Yamuna Expressway in Aligarh has been occupied by the protesters. Vehicles are stuck on the expressway and the police administration is trying to explain. Protesters vandalized UP Roadways buses, set a bus on fire.
The furious mob created a ruckus in 11 states including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, West Bengal, Telangana. In Bihar's Samastipur, miscreants set fire to the Jammu Tawi-Guwahati Express train this morning, in which two bogies of the train were burnt to ashes, while in Ballia, UP, a fierce mob of youth created a ruckus and vandalized many trains.
In Ranchi, there has been a fierce demonstration outside the Army Recruiting Office against the 'Agneepath' scheme. Hundreds of aspirants have demonstrated in front of the Army Recruitment Office on Main Road, Ranchi against the 'Agneepath' scheme announced by the Central Government for recruitment in the Armed Forces. At the same time, in many cities, bus stands and other places have also been targeted by the protesters.
Among many other demands, students are voicing their concern for the term. There has been arson in many railway stations. Documents of Indian Railway Department have been set on fire. Meanwhile, five railway stations have been completely closed.