This star actor Ginnayo on those opposing the Agneepath project, said – don’t create a ruckus, nothing will happen…
Khesari Lal Yadav Appeal: There is a fire in Bihar regarding the Agneepath project, how many trains were set ablaze last Friday, from Bihar to Madhya Pradesh and from UP to Rajasthan and Telangana. Protesters have taken to the streets and demanding the withdrawal of the Agneepath project by raising Leftists against the government. In the midst of all this, Bhojpuri star actor Khesari Lal Yadav has now flared up, Khesari Lal Yadav has appealed to the people to stop opposing the Agneepath project.
Bhojpuri Superstar Khesari Lal Yadav explained to the people in his Bhojpuri style on Friday. He tweeted and wrote – Brother, a ho-halla and ruckus kare did not lead to any laughter. Peace be upon you, government or need. Agreement reached. It burns the rails or annoys other people or doesn’t need it. Rest Jai Hind. Jai Bharat. Bring to mind one thing about my brother Khesari.
BREAKING NEWS LIVE: Amidst protests against Agneepath project, a big decision by the Home Ministry, Assam Rifles 10 percent reservation for firefighters in There was a ruckus in Bihar’s Jehanabad on the third day. The mob set the truck on fire. According to the latest information, people have also set fire to buses. A bandh has been announced in Bihar today in protest against the scheme.
Significantly, the agitation is going on in Bihar for the third day against the Agneepath project brought by the Narendra Modi government at the Center. Meanwhile, some student unions have announced Bihar Bandh. In which the Left as well as the parties of the Grand Alliance have supported the student organizations.
An important decision has been taken by the Ministry of Home Affairs to reserve 10 percent for Agniveer who has completed 4 years under the Agneepath scheme in recruitment in CAPFs and Assam Rifles. Further, the Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to relax the maximum entry age limit of 3 years for firefighters for recruitment in CAPFs and Assam Rifles and this relaxation will be 5 years for the first batch of Agneepath scheme.
Agneepath Scheme: A letter written in blood to a youth of Kutch to join the army on zero pay Kutch: A youth of Kutch
has given unique support to the Agneepath scheme. He has written a blood letter to the compassionate youth of Kutch to join the army with zero salary. Thousands of students in many states of the country are protesting against the Agneepath scheme announced by the central government for recruitment in the Indian Army. Deepak Dangar, 23, a resident of Timana village in Bhavnagar district and currently residing in Dayapar, in a letter written in his blood to the Union Defense Minister, expressed his desire to serve the nation by joining the Army with zero pay. He also appealed to the students who are currently causing damage to government property, to stop their violent protest.