The anti-quota protesters blocked the train again


Anti-quota students blocked Agniveena Express in Mymensingh. The incident took place on Sunday (July 7) around 4:15 in the afternoon at Sankipara rail crossing area of ​​the city. Agniveena Express bound for Jamalpur got stuck for about 50 minutes.

The agitating students said that this train has been blocked under the nationwide Bangla Blockade program to demand quota reform. If the quota reform is not done immediately, the student community will be forced to be more strict in the implementation of any program.

Mymensingh Railway Station Superintendent. Nazmul Haque said, Jamalpur-bound Agniveena Express was stuck for a while in the face of agitation. But now train communication on Mymensingh-Jamalpur railway is normal.

Earlier, students blocked the train twice in Bangladesh Agricultural University area demanding quota reform.

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