Congress organization NSUI is behind the burning of trains in UP-Bihar! claim in railway report

New Delhi: Who is behind the violent protests in some parts of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh over the RRB-NTPC recruitment exam? After arson and sabotage in trains, where the police in Bihar has registered a case against many coaching operators including 'Khan Sir', now the name of National Student Union of India (NSUI), the student organization of Congress party is also coming to the fore. . It has been told in the Intelligence report of Railways that NSUI had called upon the students for 'Rail Roko' campaign across the country on 26 January.

In a letter written on 25 January by the DIG and Chief Security Commissioner, Eastern Railway, it has been said that inputs have been received that RRB-NTPC candidates were asked to conduct Rail Roko campaign across the country on 26 January. . NSUI has extended its support to the Rail Roko campaign. The DIG had said in his letter that by participating in this campaign, NSUI can also lead to any untoward incident.

The DIG had directed all the railway officials to take precautionary measures based on this input, so that any untoward incident could be avoided. However, even after this, trains were set on fire at many places, and the protesters blocked the tracks at many places.

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