Bharat Bandh: Indian Youth Congress stops train at Delhi's Shivaji Bridge railway station, block the railway track, many detained

DN Bureau

Congressmen continue to protest in Delhi over the Enforcement Directorate's interrogation of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and the Bharat Bandh called against the Centre's Agnipath recruitment scheme. Read more Dynamite News:

New Delhi: Protests continue in the national capital on Monday against the ED's quizzing of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on fourth day and the Bharat Bandh called by some organizations against the Agneepath scheme. Many Youth Congress workers stopped the train at Shivaji Bridge railway station and blocked the railway track. Several protesters were detained by the police.

Congress leader Acharya Pramod Krishnam, who was coming from Ghaziabad to Delhi, was among those detained by the police. 

A large number of protesters reached the Singhu border also and protested there. 

A heavy traffic jam is reported on Janpath and Baba Kharak Singh Marg including some other areas due to Bharat Bandh protest. Congress protest continues in Connaught Place and Jantar Mantar. 

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