Government property worth Rs 40 lakh has been damaged in the violence against Agnipath scheme in Jaunpur. According to the police, about 711 people have been booked in three different police stations. All these people will be recovered.
New Delhi: After the violence over the Agnipath scheme, the government is taking action against the rioters. In this connection, action will be taken in Jaunpur also, for this those people who were involved in this demonstration are being identified.
It was told that in the violence against the Agneepath scheme in Jaunpur, government property worth Rs 40 lakh has been damaged. According to the police, about 711 people have been booked in three different police stations. All these people will be recovered.
Police have formed 7 police teams to arrest the miscreants. In different police station areas, the work of identifying the miscreants has been started by 7 teams.
Checking video footage
It was told that the help of nearby CCTV cameras is being taken for their identification. Apart from this, other video footage is also being investigated. The help of the surveillance team is also being taken.
There was a ruckus in the whole country against the Agneepath scheme of the Modi government. Its effect was seen the most in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The students furious over the plan became furious and ransacked the streets. Protesters set a train on fire in UP's Ballia district. Tires were burnt on railway tracks at many places.
Issuance of bailable warrant
At the same time, miscreants vandalized and set fire to the government bus and police vehicle in Lala Bazaar of police station Sikrara in Jaunpur. After which the Sikrara police station registered a case against 79 named and 250 unknown people. 32 accused were arrested and sent to jail. At the same time, miscreants also damaged government property in the Badlapur police station. In which a case was registered against 36 named and 150 unknown people. 14 accused were arrested. According to the police, non-bailable warrants are being issued to nab the rest of the accused.