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Aggrieved higher secondary examinees blocked roads in protest while returning home from exams at Bishalgarh

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, March 17: Miscreants attacked higher secondary examination students at an area adjacent to Office Tilla Class XII School in Bishalgarh. Candidates blocked the national road in front of Bishalgarh police station to demand the arrest of the accused.

It is learned that Friday was the examination of Bengali subject of higher secondary conducted by Tripura Board of Secondary Education. After conducting the examination in Office Tilla Class XII School, some miscreants beat up some of the candidates when they came out of the examination centre and threatened not to visit the examination centre in the future. During the attack, some of the examinees were injured and they were shifted to Bishalgarh sub-divisional hospital.

Protesting this incident, the examinees joined the blockade of the National Highway in front of Bishalgarh police station and demanded the arrest of the accused. A case was registered against the accused persons with Bishalgarh police station.

The examinees said that they were called and beaten after leaving the examination centre. They said they have identified some of the accused persons and two of the so-called leaders is named Shaibal, from Netaji Nagar area and Partha Roy of Karmakar Tilla under ward number 6.

Aggrieved students first blocked the national highway and later they surrounded Bishalgarh police station demanding justice.

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