The flames of protest against the “Agnipath” scheme spread to many states. On the other hand, the protesters became increasingly violent. At the same time, the police intensified their movements. More than 1,000 people have been reported arrested so far amid the demonstrations. Most of these arrests took place in Bihar. At the same time, a case was registered against hundreds. Apart from this, WhatsApp role and training institutes are also involved in the police investigation.
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A total of 148 PIZs have been registered in Bihar, which is believed to be the hardest hit by the violence. At the same time, 805 people were arrested. The head of the state’s additional Home Secretary, Chaitanya Prasad, says those who target public property in the name of agitation will not be extradited. A police complaint was filed against four training institutes in Al-Masoudi. It is reported that 191 people were arrested from this area.
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“There was no involvement of external anti-social elements and the attacks were carried out by army aspirants who were misled by the heads of training institutes,” Additional Director General of Police (Railways) Sandeep Chandelia said. A total of 46 people have been arrested in a fire at Secunderabad railway station.
Police arrested 387 people in cases related to violent demonstrations. Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said the police had registered 34 FIRs as of Sunday.
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Police reported that 14 people were arrested for gathering without permission against the Agnipath scheme. About 100 people gathered in the city’s Meganinagar district.
A case was registered against 300 to 400 unidentified people over alleged violent protests on the Nainital National Highway on Friday. Police said the young protesters turned violent. They said they misbehave and treat police and visitors harshly. At the same time, the police said that the protesters damaged public property.