As the “Agnipass” protest spreads, the Center’s new offer to defense applicants

As protests against the new military recruitment plan spread across eight states, the government announced today that it has announced a 10% reservation of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) and Assam Rifles’Agniber. The Home Office has also announced a three-year-old easing that exceeds the age limit set by Agniveers for recruitment by two paramilitary organizations.

“The age limit, the first batch of Agniveer, exceeds the specified age limit for five years,” he said.

The announcement comes a few days after Federal Interior Minister Amit Shah announces that he will prioritize CAPF’s “Agniber.”

Currently, more than 73,000 posts are available in five divisions of the paramilitary organization (Border Guard (BSF), Central Reserve Police (CRPF), Indian Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Armed Border Forces (SSB), Central Industrial Security). Force (CISF).

Union Home Ministry data suggests that 73,219 posts are available on the CAPF and Assam Rifles. Moreover, 18,124 posts are also vacant by Union Territory police.