In a new development in RRBNTPC protest, Bihar police has booked coaching tutor Khan Sir for inciting violence. Apart from Khan, police have registered case against 400 unknow people including the owners of coaching institute. The case has been registered at Patrakar Nagar police station in Patna.
FIRs have been registered on the basis of the statement of the students. According to the police, some students were detained after the violence on Monday and Tuesday. When these students were interrogated, they said that a video had gone viral on social media in which Khan sir was purportedly inciting students to agitate for not canceling the RRB NTPC exam.
According to the FIR, on the basis of the statements of the detained candidates and the video captured by the police, it became clear that the agitating students along with the owners of the coaching institute planned to create large-scale violence in Patna and disturb the law and order.
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What is Khan saying?
Earlier, Khan sir had said in an interview that if he had a role in the violence, then the administration should arrest him. He blamed RRB for this violence. Khan said that RRB did a foolish thing. He said that RRB is at the fault and that provoked the students.
Who is Khan sir?
Who is Khan sir? There is not much information about this in the public domain. So much is known about him that Khan sir is a teacher at ‘GS Research Center’ who gives coaching in General Studies. He runs a YouTube channel in which his name is written Khan sir. The address of Patna is registered on the YouTube channel. He has 1.45 million subscribers on YouTube.
For the unversed, students in Bihar and some part of Uttar Pradesh have been protesting for few days over the alleged irregularities RRBNTPC exam results.
There are also reports of clashes between police forces and protesting students. In many viral videos, police can seen thrashing students with baton and tear gas shells have also been fired at student protestors. Railways properties were also vandalized, North railway region badly effected by protest as the agitating students squatted in railway tracks that affected at least 25 trains.