NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a plea challenging the central government’s Agnipath scheme next week. A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court related to the Agnipath scheme wherein, the Airforce aspirants said that their career will be shortened from 20 years to 04 years. Advocate ML Sharma said, “My plea is about the cancellation of the notification put out by the government. The government can bring out any scheme but it is about right and wrong. More than 70,000 are still awaiting appointment letters”. Must read: https://www.dnpindia.in/current-affairs/politcs/ukrainian-missile-attack-caused-deaths-in-south-russian-city-moscow/71010/ In June, The Central government launched the Agnipath scheme for recruitment in the armed forces. The scheme is meant to be a transformative step,l targeting youth in the armed forces. It is presumed that the average age profile of the Indian armed forces will go down by four years after implementing this scheme. Must read: https://www.dnpindia.in/people/3-year-old-boy-accidentally-crossed-border-bsf-hands-over-to-pakistani-rangers/70656/ Keep watching our YouTube Channel ‘DNP INDIA’. Also, please subscribe and follow us on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, and TWITTER.