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Magadh University students protest for not getting admit cards goes violent in Bihar

Angry students frustrated over not getting admit cards for their examination set a bus on fire inside the Magadh University’s police station campus in Bihar. The university is known for it delayed sessions and examinations schedules. 500 students were protesting against the university for the last four days to get their admit card issued for the upcoming examinations for graduation Part-3.

According to reports, the aggressive students had blocked the roads to stage a protest against the varsity. This had created a ruckus and the police had to intervene in the matter. However, the annoyed students didn’t stop there and started pelting stones on cops who tried to control the situation.

The agitated students entered the police station and broke mirrors of around a dozen vehicles inside the station campus. Later, they torched the Aurangabad-based bus on the gate of police station.

Apart from the students of Magadh University, the students across Bihar are protesting against the administration for not issuing the admit cards of the exams scheduled on October 1.

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