There was movement in Mumbai too
On Monday, there was a big protest by the students near Dharavi area of Mayanagari Mumbai. In fact, the students of class 10th and 12th were protesting demanding to make the exam online. During this, thousands of students blocked the way to the area for almost an hour. Due to this, there was a terrible jam in the entire Dharavi area. The police had lathi-charged to disperse the crowd of students.
Demonstration at Varsha Gaikwad’s house
Students also protested at Maharashtra’s School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad’s residence in Mumbai Students also protested and agitated at the education minister’s residence in Dharavi. In fact, a few days ago, the Maharashtra Education Department had decided to make the 10th and 12th exams offline. The students protested against this decision of the government.
On this matter, Bharatiya Janata Party MLA and Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Council Praveen Darekar has surrounded the Thackeray government and said that the lathi-charge on the students is not right. He said that all the demands of the students are justified. Darekar said that the Chief Minister’s house is just a few distance away from the place where the lathi-charge took place. In such a situation, CM Uddhav Thackeray himself should intervene in this so that the students can get relief.
Khan sir has been accused of instigating students
A few days ago, there was a violent demonstration of students in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in protest against the rigging of the results of RRB NTPC. When students protested furiously in Allahabad, UP, angry students set the train on fire at Gaya Junction in Bihar. The police had to use force to control the situation. Students also threw stones at the police. During this, students had stopped trains in Patna, Nawada, Nalanda, Buxar, Ara and many other areas of Bihar. In this case, fingers were raised on Khan’s head. He was accused of inciting students through his videos.
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