Students set a train on fire
If the youth who are vandalising Government property by such violent agitation get jobs in the railways, will they protect the railways ?
Patliputra (Bihar) – The youths staged a violent protest alleging that the Indian Railway`s RRB-NTPC and Group D exams were rigged. Protesters started stone pelting on Republic Day and set Bhabua-Patna Intercity Express on fire. Police lathi-charged protesters at many places.
An FIR has been registered against a private teacher, 16 students and some unidentified persons for inciting the mob that indulged in vandalism, set trains on fire and caused damage to the railway property in Bihar in the last three days.https://t.co/wG8DhXZhfX
— The New Indian Express (@NewIndianXpress) January 27, 2022
The agitating youth damaged the Shramjeevi Express. In Jehanabad, youths staged a protest by stopping a passenger train and the students hoisted the flag on the railway tracks. Due to this protest, the railway ministry has postponed the NTPC and level-1 exams and a committee has been formed. The committee will talk to the students who have passed and those who have failed the exams and send a report to the Ministry of Railways, informed the Railway Administration.