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WhatsApp Group Ban: Government took strict action, because of this 35 WhatsApp groups were banned

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35 WhatsApp Group BanProtests are taking place in the country against the Agnipath scheme. Many trains have been set on fire in these demonstrations. Public property was damaged on a large scale. Reports surfaced that about 35 WhatsApp groups are responsible for spreading riots against the Agneepath scheme. Through these WhatsApp groups, fake news was being spread against the Agneepath scheme across the country, after which reports of violence and arson came to light from across the country. .

According to the news of news agency PTI, taking strict action in the matter of fueling the violence, the central government has banned 35 WhatsApp groups responsible in this matter. Along with this, 10 mastermind people of this violence have also been arrested. The central government is working to stop the fake news being spread regarding the recruitment of firefighters in the Agneepath scheme. In this category, a clarification has been issued by the three armies. The work of taking it to the people is also going on. The government believes that this clarification will put a stop to the fake news being spread.

In this clarification, on the news being spread against the Agnipath scheme, the Army clarified that no changes are being made in the regimental system of the army. This arrangement will be continued as before. The Agneepath scheme is being implemented after consultations with existing and former military officers.

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