By Express News Service
BENGALURU/NEW DELHI: Apparently alluding to the continuing protests in opposition to the short-term Agnipath army recruitment scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday stated any reform could seem disagreeable briefly, however in the long run it might profit the nation.
In his handle at Kommaghatta the place he laid the inspiration stone for Bengaluru’s Suburban Rail and different infrastructure tasks, Modi stated, “The path of startup and innovation just isn’t the one with ease, and taking the nation on this path for the final eight years was additionally not straightforward.
Several choices and reforms could also be disagreeable briefly, however with time their advantages could be skilled by the nation.” He didn’t point out Agnipath explicitly. With the federal government agency on executing the scheme, the Army on Monday issued its first notification on Agnipath.
It made on-line registration necessary for all candidates, utilizing the Army’s web site www.joinindianarmy. nic.in to take action. The registration window will open in July. The streams for which candidates can apply embrace General Duty, Agniveer Technical, Agniveer Technical (aviation/ ammunition examiner), Agniveer Clerk/ Store Keeper Technical, Agniveer Tradesman tenth Pass and Agniveer Tradesman eighth Pass.
Rlys cancels greater than 600 trains
Anticipating hassle amid a name for Bharat Bandh, greater than 600 trains have been cancelled — 223 mail and specific trains and 379 passengers trains — on Monday following nationwide protests in opposition to Agnipath