Six Tutors Among 22 Booked For Violence In Railway Exam

Patna: Six teachers of various Patna-based private coaching centres, including YouTuber ‘Khan Sir’, were named in the FIR on Wednesday in connection with violent protests over the Railway Recruitment Board’s non-technical popular category (NTPC) examination.

‘Khan Sir’, as he is commonly known, runs a coaching centre in Patna.

According to Patrakar Nagar police station SHO Manoranjan Bharti, Besides Khan Sir, five other teachers — SK Jha, Navin, Amarnath, Gagan Pratap and Gopal Verma — were also booked.

“Four protesters — Kishan Kumar, Rajan Kumar, Rohit Kumar and Vikram Kumar — who were arrested from Rajendra Nagar terminal had accused the six teachers of instigating the job aspirants,” Bharti was quoted as saying by The Times of India.

The accused were booked under various IPC sections, including 147 (rioting), 120B (criminal conspiracy), 506 (criminal intimidation) and 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty).

Based on the statement of some protesters who had been taken into custody during the violent protests at Rajendra Nagar terminal here on Monday, the FIR was registered.

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