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After several months at Banaras Hindu University (BHU), classes were started on Monday through an ‘on-off’ line of final year students from various categories, but they did not start first and second-year classes. For which students Staged demonstrations and protested. The agitators shut down the ‘Singhdwar’ of the university and staged a long sit-in.

For this reason, the traffic system here was severely disrupted. Passengers faced difficulties due to traffic jams on alternate routes in the nearby Nariya and Chittupur areas.

Passengers faced difficulties with the debate: Many of the protesting students say that most of the schools, colleges, and universities in the country including Varanasi have reopened, but their classes have not resumed their studies and are under stress. In such a situation, the administration should immediately restore classes. Although final year classes started at BHU.

The university’s security officials assured to consider the demands of the protesting students, after which the picket ended and the traffic system was restored.

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It is noteworthy that the hostels were reopened from last February 17 for the final year students. Classes remained closed for several months due to the Corona epidemic. People from several colonies around the city come to the city from the main gate of the university.

This is like the main route for them. This is the reason that the surrounding traffic system is affected due to the protests and demonstrations here.

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