Journalist Bansari Bhavsar.
The teacher recruitment movement in Rajasthan has become more violent. Even on the third day, the teacher recruitment movement in Rajasthan is still going on. The Ahmedabad-Udaipur highway has been closed for three days following the protests. Security has been beefed up at the Gujarat-Rajasthan border following the entire protest. A large police convoy has been deployed at the Ratanpur border for security reasons. Intensive patrol has been ordered by Aravalli SP. So many police vehicles have been deployed at the border. So that this movement does not affect Gujarat. Cars and buses were set on fire by violent mobs in Kherwada yesterday. So many local shops were looted and stoned by violent protesters. Several policemen were injured in the violent protest in Rajasthan. A private hotel owner also opened fire. Internet service has been shut down in Kherwada, Dungarpur and Banswara following the agitation in Rajasthan. The situation between Kherwada and Udaipur has become critical. In Rajasthan, queues of trucks have been seen for kilometers on the Aravalli highway in the wake of the teacher recruitment agitation. There are long lines of trucks on the Modasa State Highway. Lacking space in front of hotels, truck drivers have parked trucks between the roads. The truck is unable to move forward as the highway ahead is closed. The movement is still going on on the third day. Which has a direct impact on Aravalli, which is adjacent to the Gujarat border. Highways in Aravalli have become smooth. Thousands of trucks have been stranded at the Highway Hotel due to the wheels stopping. The Ahmedabad-Udaipur highway has been blocked for 36 hours.