Agnipath Protest: Did not provoke students against Agnipath, says Patna coaching centre owner

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Protesters vandalize property at Danapur railway station to protest the Agnipath scheme outside Danapur railway station, near Patna, Friday 17 June 2022

Peculiarities

  • Massive protests took place in Bihar, Jharkhan and other states against the Agnipath scheme.
  • There have been reports that many coaching institutes have incited students to protest.
  • The center made it clear that the new recruitment scheme will not be canceled

Agnipat’s protest: The day after the raid on the premises of coaching center operator Guru M. Rahman on Tuesday, he released a video in which he clarified that he had never been involved in provoking youth violence.

“In the early stage of the agitation, I pointed to the democratic rights of students and every compatriot to peacefully protest against government policies such as Agnipat. never say in my video message to resort to violence,” said Rahman, known as “Daroga (policeman) Guru” in Patna, in his video message.

“Regarding the violence at the Danapur railway station on June 18, I have said again and again that the violence was perpetrated by anti-social elements. There were almost no students there. I have always told students not to get involved in any kind of violence. If even one FIR is registered against their names, their careers will be over.

“The accusation leveled against me is absolutely groundless,” he said.

On Monday, Patna police raided four of Rahman’s schools, apart from his home in Naya Tola, but were unable to arrest him.

In addition to him, the Bihar police registered FIR against the operators of 7 coaching institutes in Patna and other areas. On Monday, Rohtas police arrested the owner of a coaching institute from the Katakat quarter on charges of provoking students to set fire to it.

“An investigation is currently underway into operators of coaching institutes linked to violence during the Agnipath campaign. We are taking action against them,” said Bihar DGP SK Singhal.

The day after the raid on the premises of coaching center operator Guru M. Rahman on Tuesday, he released a video in which he clarified that he had never been involved in provoking youth violence.

“At the initial stage of the agitation, I pointed out the democratic rights of students and every compatriot to peacefully protest against state policies such as Agnipat. never say in my video message to resort to violence,” said Rahman, known as “Daroga (policeman) Guru” in Patna, in his video message.

“Regarding the violence at the Danapur railway station on June 18, I have said again and again that the violence was perpetrated by anti-social elements. There were almost no students there. I have always told students not to get involved in any kind of violence. If even one FIR is registered against their names, their careers will be over.

“The accusation leveled against me is absolutely groundless,” he said.

On Monday, Patna police raided four of Rahman’s schools, apart from his home in Naya Tola, but were unable to arrest him.

In addition to him, the Bihar police registered FIR against the operators of 7 coaching institutes in Patna and other areas. On Monday, Rohtas police arrested the owner of a coaching institute from the Katakat quarter on charges of provoking students to set fire to it.

“An investigation is currently underway into operators of coaching institutes linked to violence during the Agnipath campaign. We are taking action against them,” said Bihar DGP SK Singhal.

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