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Who was Rakesh Died in Secunderabad Agnipath Protests?

Who was Rakesh Died in Secunderabad Agnipath Protests?

As the Agnipath scheme sparked protests in many parts of India, one person Rakesh was killed and many others injured in a police shelling of young people protesting against the Agnipath scheme at Secunderabad Railway Station on Friday.

The deceased was identified as Damodara Rakesh, a native of Dabbirpet, Hanapur Mandal, Warangal district. He is studying at Narasmpet State College. According to villagers, he is studying to be an army coach in Hanamkonda.

He is the son of Damira Kumaraswamy and Phulamma. He has three brothers and sisters. Rakesh’s parents were transported to Secunderabad in a police car. Rakesh graduated from Narsampet. He passed the physical and medical tests for enlistment in the army and was awaiting the announcement of the dates of the written examination for the General Entrance Examination (CEE).

According to reports, railway police officers opened about 15 shots, injuring a man. The victim was immediately taken to the hospital, where he died. Two policemen were also injured by throwing stones.

He was awaiting the announcement of the dates of the joint entrance examinations (CEE) when an unfortunate incident occurred.

Rakesh walked all the way from Warangal to Hyderabad to join hundreds of other young people protesting against the Center’s scheme at Secunderabad Railway Station.

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Rakesh had two older sisters and brothers. His older sister, who is inspired by him, reportedly works in the border security forces and works in West Bengal.

“The family is inconsolable. Friends, relatives and friends joined the family at home. The whole village is with them now. After the post-mortem examination, the police assured that they would bring the body here, Dabeerpet Sarpanch B Raju told the Indian Express.

Many protesters stormed railroad tracks and platforms, damaging food stalls and burning three trains. Several two-wheelers were also set on fire. Alarms and other railway property were damaged.

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