Students unhappy with result, Vandalism of railway property in UP-Bihar

The fierce protest by the candidates alleging that the result of RRB NTPC was rigged. Yes, protesters vandalised railway stations at many places in UP and Bihar. On the other side, the train blew up in Gaya. Apart from this, the engine of the train in Nawada was set on fire. Protesters are also sitting on strike on railway tracks, disrupting the movement of hundreds of trains and forcing the cancellation of many. Let me tell you all that in view of all this recently, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has appealed to the protesters not to damage public property. In fact, he said, "It's their property. Why are they damaging their own property?''

At the same time, he also said that the officials will follow due process in case of damage to public property. On the other hand, the protesters have also been warned by the railways. In fact, the railways issued a statement saying, "The candidates who got railway jobs have damaged railway property, uprooted tracks and disrupted the movement of trains in the last two days.''

Apart from this, it has also been said, "Any candidate who indulges in violence and vandalism at railway stations and is identified in the video, they will not get a job in the railways for life." According to the information received, according to the students who are agitating and protesting, only one month is left for the Railway Group D examination to be held on February 23 and the Railway Board has deliberately issued a notification to take the Group D exam twice. According to the agitating students, unless a senior official and a big politician fulfil their demands, they will continue to jam the railway track.

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