Agnipath Scheme: In Delhi too, youth demonstrated by stopping the train, due to protests across the country, 34 trains were canceled and 100 affected.


Youth are protesting across the country against the Agneepath scheme. This demonstration has reached Delhi. On Thursday morning, at Nangloi railway station, students demonstrated by stopping trains in protest against the delay in railway examination and this scheme. The youth raised slogans against the BJP government at the Center and stopped the Jind-Old Delhi train (04424) for 15 minutes.

In protest against the Agneepath scheme, youths who dreamed of joining the army tried to block the railway route at Nangloi railway station in outer Delhi on Thursday. The youth got down on the rail track at around 9.45 am to protest. However, on hearing the information about their protest, the police immediately reached the spot and asked the protesters to vacate the railway track peacefully. The protesters said that they had applied for jobs in the railways but they were unemployed due to the delay in the recruitment process. Due to the delay in the examination, the age limit is also coming to an end. After a while, with the help of the administration, everyone was removed from the railway track, only then the train was able to run smoothly. During this Jind-Old Delhi and Amritsar-Nanded trains were affected for about half an hour.

More than 100 trains affected, 34 canceled

More than 100 trains were affected due to the ongoing protests across the country. According to railway officials, 34 Mail/Express trains were canceled and 8 trains were partially canceled due to the performance of the youth. Apart from this, a total of 72 trains were delayed. Two trains were affected at Delhi’s Nangloi station.


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