Gautam Buddh Nagar police has imposed CrPC part 144 in Noida and urged individuals to not have interaction in actions that disrupt legislation and order amid requires Bharat Bandh towards the Agnipath recruitment scheme on Monday. Police have booked 225 individuals and arrested 15 in reference to the protests at Jewar toll plaza on Higher Noida’s Yamuna Expressway on Friday.  

Further DCP (Legislation and Order) Ashutosh Dwivedi informed information company PTI, “It has been discovered via social media {that a} name for ‘Bharat Bandh’ has been made by a bit of individuals for June 20 in view of the Agnipath scheme and a few anti-social components in teams could disrupt peace and even attempt marching in the direction of Delhi.” 

In the meantime, Delhi Police has additionally issued advisory forward of Congress get together’s protest towards the Agnipath scheme. As per this advisory, the motion of buses shall be restricted past Gol Dak Khana Junction, Patel Chowk, Windsor Palace, Teen Murti Chowk and Prithviraj Highway.  

It added, “Kindly keep away from Motilal Nehru Marg, Akbar Highway, Janpath and Man Singh Highway between 0800 hrs and 1200 hrs. Because of particular preparations, visitors motion is not going to be potential on these roads.” It additionally included Gol Methi Junction, Tughlak Highway Junction, Claridges Junction, Maulana Azad Highway Junction, and Man Singh Highway Junction.  

Congress leaders and staff will maintain Satyagraha protests towards the Agnipath scheme and Rahul Gandhi’s questioning by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) at Jantar Mantar from round 10:30 am.  

In a tri-service briefing on Sunday, Lieutenant Common Anil Puri said that each one Agniveers should pledge that they by no means took half in any arson or protests. He stated, “There isn’t any place for indiscipline within the Armed Forces. If there’s an FIR towards any candidate, they won’t be part of Agniveers.” 

Lt Gen Puri said that the scheme shall be applied and any query of rollback doesn’t come up.  

Protests towards Agnipath recruitment scheme for defence forces have impacted a number of states since Wednesday. Beneath this scheme, recruitment of troopers between 17.5 and 23 years of age throughout Military, Navy and Air Power is adopted by obligatory retirement. 

(With PTI, India As we speak inputs) 

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