Alert in Uttarakhand amid announcement of Bharat Bandh, RPF personnel deployed everywhere at railway station

The police has not given permission for the proposed protest in Champawat on June 20 in protest against the Agneepath scheme. On the other hand, RPF (Railway Police Force) and GRP (Government Railway Police) personnel have been deployed at Yognagri Rishikesh railway station in view of the incident of arson and agitation at railway stations across the country regarding Agneepath scheme. . Additional forces have been deployed at the station by issuing a high alert.
The outrage against the Agneepath recruitment scheme is increasing. Due to the announcement of Bharat Bandh on Monday, June 20, an alert has also been issued in Uttarakhand. On Sunday, the police and administration were fully alert about the protest against Agneepath of youth in the area in Roorkee Narsan. From Narsan Chowki to Mangalore Gud Mandi, the police was tightly guarded. At the same time, the police warned not to protest by taking out flag marches in many villages of Narsan area. After the strictness of the police, the youth did not hold any demonstration and meeting.
Demonstration of youth continues in Tanakpur against Agneepath Recruitment Scheme. At the same time, the police has not given permission for the proposed protest in Champawat on June 20 in protest against the plan. On the other hand, RPF (Railway Police Force) and GRP (Government Railway Police) personnel have been deployed at Yognagri Rishikesh railway station in view of the incident of arson and agitation at railway stations across the country regarding Agneepath scheme. . Additional forces have been deployed at the station by issuing a high alert.
In Roorkee, Divisional Security Commissioner Manoj Kumar said that the station heads have been alerted. Police force has been deployed at Roorkee railway station for security. A close watch is being kept on railway lines and tracks. Security has also been beefed up on railway bridges. Kotwali in-charge Rajiv Rauthan told that flag march has been taken out in Narsan town and many villages for security. The youth are being appealed not to protest. During this Narsan outpost in-charge Brijpal Singh, SI Dinesh Panwar, Jagat Singh, Bhaskar, Sobhan, Shubham etc. were present.
Inspector-in-Charge RPF Rishikesh Anil Kumar said that elaborate security arrangements have been made for platforms inside Yognagri Railway Station and Rishikesh Railway Station and outside. Every incoming youth is being monitored. All the soldiers have been put on alert.

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