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Union Home Ministry’s major action; Ban on 35 WhatsApp groups spreading false news about Agneepath project | 35- whatsapp-groups-spreading-rumors-about-agneepath-project-banned-union-home-ministry

A new piece of information has come to light about the Agneepath scheme amid fierce protests across the country. The Union Home Ministry has banned 35 WhatsApp groups in Bihar for spreading false news about the Agneepath project. In this case, 10 people have been arrested for spreading false news and misleading the youth.

The Center has issued the number 8799711259 for checking WhatsApp facts. Internet services have been shut down in 12 districts of Bihar due to growing opposition to the scheme. The government has accused the government of trying to provoke the public by spreading false news through the internet.

Announcing that army recruitment will take place soon
Opposition to the Agneepath project seems to be intensifying day by day. Thousands of young people are seen protesting in the streets. A joint press conference was held by all the three armies regarding the Agneepath project. It has announced that the Agneepath scheme will not be canceled and that army recruitment will be done soon under this scheme.

Call for India shutdown
The Agneepath scheme is being opposed across the country. However, opposition is high in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Students from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh have taken to the streets and vandalized and set fire to railway coaches. Yesterday (Sunday) the students had called for Bihar Bandh. This call was supported by the opposition. Satyagraha agitation was organized by Congress on Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Since then, the youth of Bihar have called for a bandh in India.

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