RRB Result: Violent protests in Bihar for the third consecutive day, trains stopped, ruckus in Gaya

There is a ruckus in Bihar regarding the RRB-NTPC result. The candidates also demonstrated fiercely in Jehanabad and raised slogans. In Gaya, the protesting candidates set the train bogie and the engine on fire.

The performance of RRB-NTPC candidates continues for the third consecutive day. On Wednesday, on the day of Republic Day, the movement of candidates in Gaya and Jehanabad was fierce. Where the candidates who landed at Gaya Junction set fire to the empty bogies and locomotives of the train, in Jehanabad, the candidates demonstrated on the rail track. During this, the operation of trains was disrupted on this route. At the same time, the students performing on the day of Republic Day also sang the national anthem.


Tricolor in hands, protesting candidates were also seen singing the national anthem

In Jehanabad, the candidates gathered on the railway track in protest against the RRB-NTPC exam results. Train operation on Patna-Gaya railway line was disrupted today. The candidates raised slogans fiercely in Jehanabad. They also burnt the effigy and raised slogans of Murdabad. A large number of students gathered on the railway track today held the tricolor in their hands and sang the national anthem on the occasion of Republic Day.


Demonstration in Bihar for the third consecutive day

Angry candidates expressed their displeasure over the decision of RRB. He spoke in protest about the method of examination by the board for Group D. Let us tell you that this demonstration has happened in many places across the state. This demonstration, which started on Monday evening, has continued for the third consecutive day. At the same time, this demonstration has taken a violent form in many places. Trains were set ablaze in Ara on Tuesday and Gaya on Wednesday.


Committee's decision

Here the performance of the candidates became violent, then the RRB also intervened in the matter. Earlier it was warned that the agitating candidates are being identified for causing damage to railway property. They will not be allowed to sit in any exam in future. After this the board took lenience and decided that a committee would be formed on this whole matter and all the points would be discussed in the meeting.