IndiaHigh Security Increased on Railway Station Bharat Bandh against Agnipath Scheme

High Security Increased on Railway Station Bharat Bandh against Agnipath Scheme

Some organizations have called for a full blockade today in several states across the country.

New Delhi: Violence and violence have erupted in several parts of the country over the past few days against the federal government’s fire plan. Violence has intensified in nine states, including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana.

In this situation some organizations in many states across the country today have called for a full blockade struggle. Thus 144 restraining orders have been issued to prevent any untoward incidents in many areas.

Buses, in turn, are not allowed to protest in the train station area. 144 restraining orders will be in force in those areas. No more meetings or processions are allowed. Police in the respective states have said that the public should cooperate with the police.

Security has been beefed up at Amritsar railway station in Punjab due to the Bharat Bandh against the Agnipath Scheme.


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“Railway platforms, tracks, inputs are being monitored. We are coordinating with RPF, GRP, Railway Intelligence to ensure that no criminals do anything and passengers do not face any problems,” the Punjab Police said.

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