BIHAR:- PATNA Bihar shutdown – RJD MLAs came out on the road in Vaishali, disturbances in the results of RRB-NTPC exam.Angry students are shutting down Bihar today due to disturbances in the results of RRB-NTPC exam. In this, the opposition parties have also announced their support.JDU National President Rajiv Ranjan Singh with Lalan Singh has said that the railways and police should immediately withdraw the cases registered against the teachers . He also appealed to the agitated students for peace.
Since Friday morning, there is a lot of activity in the whole of Bihar.Mahua’s RJD MLA Dr. Mukesh Roshan blocked the road by arson at Ramshish Chowk of Hajipur Nagar, Vaishali. They raised slogans against the government.During this, long queues of vehicles appeared on the main roads including Hajipur-Muzaffarpur, Hajipur-Chapra, Hajipur-Samastipur. Traffic halted due to jam.Jammed in protest against the disturbances in NTPC results, arrest of students and implicating them in false cases.
RJD leader blocked NH 22 in Vaishali’s Bhagwanpur.RJD leader Kedar Yadav mounted a unique protest on a horse. RJD leader Manju Singh and other RJD supporters were present. The agitating leaders burnt the effigy of the Railway Minister. During this, slogans were also raised fiercely against the government.
Keeping in mind the ruckus in the terminal and Bhikhna hill, the police-administration also made complete planning to make the bandh unsuccessful. On Thursday night, the SSP held a meeting with all the city SP, ASP, DSP and Thanedars.Police are deployed around every square-square, public places, government buildings and monuments of the city. Police will be activated when crowd gathers at any place.
The maximum focus of the police will be on Dak Bungalow Chauraha, Rajendra Nagar Terminal, New and Old Bypass, Patna Junction area, Secretariat Halt, Ashok Rajpath and Baripath, where students’ hostels are located.
Police will be deployed with fire brigade team, water cannon, Vrajvahan, tear gas. RAF personnel will also be landed. Videography will also be done in crowded places. SSP Manavjit Singh Dhillon said that strict action will be taken against those who break the law. QRT has also been installed.
Patna DM Dr. Chandrashekhar Singh said that strict action will be ensured if there is disturbance during the bandh. Elaborate arrangements have been made for the safety of the common passengers. Train operations will be ensured at railway stations. Along with this, arrangements will be made to keep the operations normal in the city.