On whose statement 'trapped' Khan sir? The student's hero gave a statement on the matter"

Patna: Protestsby the Ray Lwe Recruitment Board are continuing in several cities from UP to Bihar to protest against the alleged discrepancies in the examinations for non-technical categories RRB NTPC. A train was set on fire in Gaya district and demonstrations were also held at some other stations. People attacked Gaya junction, shouted slogans and set fire to bhabhua-Patna Inter-City Express. Security arrangements have been made in view of the fact that the protest does not take a grand form on the fourth day. A complaint in this regard has been lodged at Reporter Nagar police station in Patna late on Wednesday evening against the coaching operator and some coaching operators including Utuber Phagel Khan alias Khan Sir. After the complaint was filed, a lot of search is being done about Khan sir on social media to search engine Google.

What did Khan sir say?
In the entire incident, Khan sir said that in the NTPC CBT-1 examination conducted by the RRB, the board made both the graduation and intermediate students sit together. Both students were given a single question paper. while the cut-offs kept separately. The cut-off of the graduates was different, while that of the intermediate students was different. In such a situation, of course, the graduates will be heavy. There has been a mess in giving the result by combining the two together. The intermediates were asked to give the result at 20 times. But the result was only 10 times.

At the same time, Khan sir said that the biggest problem came that on January 24, when around 500 NTPC students were creating a ruckus at rajendra nagar terminal, the RRB issued an official notification for group D people at 3 pm. The students of NTPC were thinking that there would be some good information. But the RRB's notification added fuel to the fire. The board's notification was for group D people. The notification said that group-D candidates will now be taken up in the mains exam.

At whose behest 'trapped' Khan sir?
A complaint was lodged on Wednesday against six teachers, including coaching operator Khan sir, at The Journalist Nagar police station in Patna for the protest. A case has been registered on charges of inflammatory speeches and inciting students. It is being told that the statement of some students was taken, after which a case has been registered against six teachers including Khan sir.

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