Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Mar 20 (ANI): Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday claimed that no rules have been changed for railway job aspirants, adding that 20 percent seats are reserved for apprentices but they are demanding more.
"We have been in continuous touch with officials. No rules have changed for job aspirants, 20 percent seats are reserved for apprentices but they are demanding more," Fadnavis told ANI.
"Lathi-charge was done after agitators started pelting stones over the issue. Also no one was injured in this incident," Fadnavis added.
Demanding jobs in railway sector, the students of the All India Act Apprentice Association earlier today staged a protest on the railway tracks between Matunga and Dadar station in Mumbai, hampering the rail services for hours. (ANI)