Bihar Bandh on Agneepath Scheme: of center Narendra Modi The government (Narendra Modi Government) seems to be surrounded by the new scheme of army recruitment. On the one hand, there is continuous opposition to the Agneepath scheme across the country. Meanwhile, some student organizations have called for Bihar Bandh. Student organizations have announced a Bihar bandh today in protest against the Agneepath scheme. In which the Left as well as the parties of the Grand Alliance have supported the student organizations.
In Bihar, many parties of the Grand Alliance have come out in support of the students and youth in protest against the new scheme of four years service in the army. Along with AISA, Army Recruitment Jawan Morcha and Rozgar Sangharsh United Front have called for a Bihar bandh in protest against the Agneepath scheme. The student organizations have given an ultimatum of 72 hours to the government to withdraw this scheme, which is given for retirement after four years of service in the army.
Bihar Bandh: RJD came in support of student organization
According to student organizations, if the government does not withdraw this scheme, then their performance will reach the next level. During which he can announce Bharat Bandh after Bihar Bandh. On the other hand, RJD state president Jagdanand Singh says that he is supporting this call of Bihar bandh morally.
Demonstration in 22 districts of Bihar
The biggest opposition to the Agneepath scheme in the country is being seen in Bihar. In about 22 districts of Bihar, students and thousands of youth have targeted the railways while continuing their protest against the Agneepath scheme for the third consecutive day. During this, the protesters set eight trains on fire.
40 crore loss to railways due to demonstration
At present, Indian Railways is suffering the most due to the protests against the Agneepath scheme across the country. So far, railways has suffered a loss of more than 40 crores due to the impact of 340 trains. Meanwhile, internet service has been banned in 12 districts of Bihar till June 19.