Jitan Ram Manjhi angry with FIR on 'Khan Sir!' said- 'This step can further inflame movement...'

Patna: After allegations of discrepancy in RRB-NTPC results, students demonstrated in several districts of Bihar. The protesting students set fire to trains in Gaya, Arrah and Nawada. After which the operators of many coaching centres in Patna have been accused of instigating the students. Khan sir, popular for teaching in his unique style, has also come under its wraps. A complaint has been lodged against Khan sir at Patrakar Nagar police station in Patna. Along with Khan sir, the police have registered a case against other teachers. He has been accused of inciting railway candidates to create ruckus and demonstrations.

Former CM and HAM supremo Jitan Ram Manjhi has opposed the complaint lodged on the same Khan sir. He has tweeted – No one has the right to sabotage violence in the Constitution, but now the time has come when the government talks about employment, otherwise the situation can become even more dangerous. The cases against teachers including Khan sir in the name of RRB NTPC nuisance can inflame this undeclared youth movement even more.

So at the same time, RJD has also termed the case unfair and said that the police should file a complaint with the Railway Restoration Board. All its members including its chairman should be made accused. The Railway Minister himself has admitted that the complaint of the boys is justified. Also said that the Restoration Board has committed criminal negligence in this matter. Due to this, excitement spread among the boys. The board was requested to rectify the mistake or else the boys may land on the railway tracks. But in the official arrogance, the board members did not rectify their mistake.

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