Agneepath protest: Police personnel risked their lives in protest against Agneepath project, lives were saved by stone pelting
Agneepath protest: Agneepath protest Of Youth across the country are demonstrating in protest , Most people in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are protesting against the Agneepath project as well as incidents of fire and stone pelting. In this sequence, on Friday, the Agneepath project was opposed in Mathura (Mathura), the city of Shri Krishna, in which the youths protested fiercely and raised slogans against the government. (protest in Mathura) They also blocked railway lines, highway routes etc and set buses on fire at many places. Meanwhile, ‘Human in Khaki’ (Mathura Police) appeared. Where an inspector saved passengers from thugs without risking his life, a video of which is going viral on social media.
In fact, after the riots in Mathura, the police explained to the youths, but they did not listen for a long time and on seeing the commotion increased so much that they started throwing bricks and stones, which caused a lot of commotion. of damage Let us tell you that many policemen and passengers have also been injured and seriously injured in the brick-stone done by youths in Mathura. But the Mathura Police, without caring for their lives, continued to save the lives of the passengers, the video of which went viral on social media. Let us tell you that Inspector Ajay Kaushal of Thana Highway in Mathura, without caring about his life, saved the passengers from thugs, whose video is going viral on social media. On the other hand, Inspector Ajay Kaushal fired at the miscreants and drove them away.
Passengers hid under the truck to save their lives
The inspector hid the passengers under the truck to save their lives. Many innocent children were also involved in this and the children were seen crying. Due to the storm on the Delhi-Agra highway, vehicles have been vandalized, arson and stone pelting, while youths have targeted the police as well as other people by pelting stones. Giving more information about this, Kotwal Ajay Kaushal of Thana Highway said that the thugs were being repeatedly persuaded not to throw stones.
thugs had to use rubber bullets
People would be harmed by stone pelting but he did not believe that when he started throwing stones at the passengers, he fired rubber bullets at the thugs for the safety of the passengers and saved the lives of the passengers. Kotwal Ajay Kaushal was also badly injured in the incident. Meanwhile, the Mathura Police on Friday arrested 70 miscreants during the riots in Mathura.