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Updated At: Jun 17, 2022 10:14 PM (IST)
A distressing footage of a boy from north Bihar district of Darbhanga amid Agnipath protest has gone viral on the social media.
The boy says "darr lag raha hai" as he wipes his eyes and nose with the hem of his shirt.
What kind of protest is this? Children are trapped in the school bus in #Darbhanga, buses have been pelted with stones. ☹️#AgnipathScheme #Agnipath #Agniveer #AgnipathProtests pic.twitter.com/3FBYZum4hE
The little boy is on board his school bus, which got stuck in a traffic snarl caused by protests against the Agnipath army recruitment scheme in Bihar.
A group of school children can be seen inside the bus and the video shows a woman, probably a teacher or a parent, assuring the children that they will not be harmed.
The veracity of the video could not be ascertained although widespread violence during the protests, which has entered the third day, may have evoked fear in the minds of the people.
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