Mumbai rail roko protest: Suburban train commuters affected as job aspirants block railway tracks [Photos]

Scores of agitating students demanding jobs in railways blocked rail traffic, including suburban services between Matunga and Dadar stations, on Tuesday

FP Staff March 20, 2018 11:13:51 IST
Scores of agitating students demanding jobs in railways blocked rail traffic, including suburban services between Matunga and Dadar stations, causing difficulties to lakhs of commuters on Tuesday. Firstpost/Sachin Gokhale
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Scores of agitating students demanding jobs in railways blocked rail traffic, including suburban services between Matunga and Dadar stations, causing difficulties to lakhs of commuters on Tuesday. Firstpost/Sachin Gokhale
The students blocked the rail track at 7 in the morning, forcing railway to stop the suburban as well as express trains in the affected section between Matunga and CSMT. Image procured by Sanjay Sawant
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The students blocked the rail track at 7 in the morning, forcing railway to stop the suburban as well as express trains in the affected section between Matunga and CSMT. Image procured by Sanjay Sawant
"There has been no recruitment for the last four years. We are running from pillar to post. Over 10 students have committed suicide. We cannot let such things happen," a student, who was part of the protest, said. Firstpost/Sachin Gokhale
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"There has been no recruitment for the last four years. We are running from pillar to post. Over 10 students have committed suicide. We cannot let such things happen," a student, who was part of the protest, said. Firstpost/Sachin Gokhale
News reports said that train services on Central Line have resumed after students called off their agitation around 11 am. Firstpost/Sachin Gokhale
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News reports said that train services on Central Line have resumed after students called off their agitation around 11 am. Firstpost/Sachin Gokhale