'Bihar Bandh' today, students protest by blocking road since morning

Patna: Continuous protests continue in Bihar following allegations of rigging in the RRB NTPC exam. The All India Students' Union (AISA) and other youth organisations have called for a 'Bihar Bandh' on Friday to protest against alleged irregularities in the NTPC Phase 1 examination results of the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). Following violent protests by students over alleged irregularities in the same recruitment examinations, the Railways released a list of 'Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (FAQs).' This will explain their recruitment process. The Railways tried to clear the confusion related to the selection process of candidates for its notified vacancies. Railways had notified 2,83,747 vacancies since 2018 and more than 1.32 million recruits were made.

The same agitating students are demanding that the government should cancel the results that have been declared and the result should be declared by evaluating the answer sheet again. The students said that the students studying in the lodge have been forcibly pulled up by the police and brutally assaulted, which shows the Talibani behaviour of the government.

At the same time, the impact of the Bihar bandh programme announced today by the RJD and the Grand Alliance against the police action in India has been visible since early morning in Madhepura. In the figures of hundreds, the agitated students have been protesting since morning by blocking the road at the College Chowk of Madhepura. Students are shouting slogans against the central government by burning straw and jamming roads near Patna's Bhikhna hill turn.

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