Youth vandalise Secunderabad Railway Station premises

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Hyderabad: The Secunderabad Railway Station on Friday morning got here underneath a state of panic because the youth began vandalising the premises as part of the continued nationwide protests in opposition to Agnipath scheme.

Aspiring army recruits have been seen protesting and demanding the abolition of the scheme by chanting slogans of “we would like justice” about their enrolment.  

The protesters marched on the Secunderabad railway station, stones have been pelted at buses close to the railway station, outlets and stalls have been vandalised and practice coaches have been set on hearth by the protesters. Police fired within the air to disperse protesters who went on the rampage.

The agitators pulled out cargo from the parcel coach and dumped it on the tracks and set hearth resulting in disruption of some practice providers.

 

Passengers ran out of the station in concern and the authorities have mentioned to cease all trains following the sudden incident on Friday morning. Retailers close to the railway station have been shut.

After receiving the data, the railway police and the regulation and order cops reached the spot to manage the state of affairs.

Following intelligence inputs warning on the potential threats from anti-social parts and ISIS, Telangana state police have elevated safety vigil at delicate locations.

 

 

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