Agnipath Protests: Violence, Vandalism & Vicious Politics, Who Is Instigating Future Soldiers?

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Violent protests in Bihar and several other states over the Centre’s Agnipath army recruitment scheme left vehicles vandalised and trains burnt on Thursday. Later in the day, the government addressed the concerns of the defence job seekers and clarified that the future of the recruits is stable and that the intake would go up in the future. The Centre also raised the entry age from 21 to 23 years for the Agnipath scheme in 2022. Agitated students had expressed concerns over their future after four years as only 25 per cent of the Agniveers would be retained and the rest could be relieved without benefits. Even after the Centre clarified myths from facts, fierce protests raged across Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

But who is instigating the furute faujis of the nation? Watch this report on 5ive Live with Shiv Aroor:
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