Sikar (Rajasthan) [India], December 17 (ANI): The Rajasthan Police detained six and baton charged scores of people protesting at Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s event in Sikar’s Fatehpur, demanding a government college in the town.
The incident took place on Saturday, when the protestors gathered outside Bindal Kuldevi temple, where the chief minister was addressing a ‘jan samvad’ event.
They even showed black flag to Raje and raised slogan against her.
“We are thrashed by the police very brutally, we criticise this kind of behaviour,” a protestor said.
Rajasthan: Police baton charged on students who were protesting at CM Vasundhara Raje's 'jan samvad' event in Sikar's Fatehpur demanding a govt college in the town, at least 6 students detained. (16.12.2017) pic.twitter.com/pyQKYB9Jos
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Another protestor alleged that the Rajasthan Government is keeping them deprived of basic education.
“For the time the BJP has come to power in state, they have continuously targeted the education system,” he added.
The locals have been demanding a government college in the town, so that they don’t have to travel to other places. (ANI)