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Is the provocation of ‘Hindustani Bhau’ really an outbreak of students? Who played the game of education?

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Today in Dharavi we saw the outcry of students. Students take to the streets to protest offline exams. Studied online all year, now why offline exam? This question has been asked by the students. The students staged a protest outside the residence of Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad in Dharavi. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Therefore, there was only one scam in Dharavi. Due to this agitation, the state government has also woken up. Students have taken to the streets following the call of Hindustani Bhau alias Vikas Pathak. However, seeing the agitation of the students and seeing the thousands of students gathered, the question has arisen as to whether the students really took to the streets after the call of Hindustani Bhau. This is a review taken in this regard.

Is the provocation of 'Hindustani Bhau' really an outbreak of students?
Is the provocation of ‘Hindustani Bhau’ really an outbreak of students?
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Students suddenly took to the streets in Dharavi around 3 pm today. In just half an hour, thousands of students marched towards the house of Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad and started agitation. It involved a large number of male and female students. The place was jammed with thousands of students on the road. This caused traffic congestion. Upon learning of the agitation, the police rushed to the spot and started dispersing the students.

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Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. This created a single mess. The students protesting in Dharavi clarified that they came here at the behest of their Hindustani brother. We came because our brother called us to Dharavi. But when we got here, the police beat us. We want online exams. We learned online throughout the year. How to take an offline exam now? This question was asked by these students.

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