FIR against Patna’s Khan Sir, others booked for inciting violence

The controversy surrounding the tests conducted by the Railway Recruitment Board, an FIR has been filed against YouTuber Khan Sir in Patna for allegedly having incited violence during the protests.

PATNA: A First Information Report (FIR) has been registered against a private teacher, 16 students and some unidentified persons on Thursday, January 27, 2022, for inciting the mob that indulged in vandalism, set trains on fire and caused extensive damage to the railway property in Bihar in the last three days.

The police complaint has been lodged at Patrakar Nagar police station in Patna on the statement of some protestors who were taken into custody during violent protests on Monday evening.


Apart from Khan Sir, an FIR has been registered against a few other coaching centres and more than 400 unidentified persons. They have been accused of orchestrating violence and damaging government property at Rajendra Nagar railway terminal and Bhikna Pahadi on Tuesday evening.

The FIR has been registered on the basis of statements given by agitating students who were detained on Monday and Tuesday in Patna. They purportedly said they were motivated to indulge in violence after a video, in which Khan Sir allegedly instigated students to agitate on the streets if the RRB NTPC exams were not cancelled, went viral on social media.

The police recorded their statements in which the protestors revealed the name of the private teacher, Khan Sir. Khan Sir, who gained popularity for his unique style of teaching, is said to have gone underground after he came to know about the case registered against him and five other teachers of his private coaching institute. They have been accused of orchestrating the agitation by job aspirants.

Note: Are Khan Sir responsible for agony burst by Aspirant or government is responsible for late exam, delay result, delay appointment. Indian Citizen have to decide.

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