The protest of the youth over the RRB NTPC result is increasing continuously. Let me tell you all that for the last three days in Bihar, there have been frequent incidents of trains being stopped at different places and railway tracks being jammed. Amidst all this, an FIR has been lodged in Patna against more than 400 people, including the owners of several institutions, including the famous Khan Sir. Yes, according to the information received recently, a case has been registered in this case on the basis of the statements of the agitating students detained after the violence at the Patrakar Nagar police station in the state capital on Monday and Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the agitating candidates detained have said that they were lured into violence and rioting after a video went viral on social media, in which Khan sir was allegedly seen instigating students to agitate on the road if the RRB NTPC exam was not cancelled. On the other hand, on the students' protest, Khan Sir had issued a statement on Wednesday evening saying that if the decision taken by the RRB now, had it been taken on the 18th, it would not have happened. However, a good step has been taken today that by February 16, suggestions have been sought from all the students. Let us also inform all of you that Khan sir is a popular coaching teacher who runs Khan GS Research Centre on social media platform YouTube and is also known for his unique teaching style.
What is the whole matter?- In fact, the results of the non-technical popular category (NTPC) recruitment CBT-1 examination were released by the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) on January 14 and 15, 2022. Based on this result, candidates are to be shortlisted for CBT-2 i.e. second stage examination. In such a situation, the candidates have alleged that the RRB NTPC result has been rigged. At the same time, students are constantly coming on the tracks to protest in many districts of Bihar and protest against the Railway Recruitment Board.
Let us tell you all that a passenger train was set on fire by a mob of protesters in the Gaya district of Bihar on Wednesday. On the other hand, amid protests by the students, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav urged the candidates seeking jobs not to destroy "public property," saying, "Appropriate action will be taken if they damage it." In fact, Ashwini Vaishnav said, "I would like to request my student friends that railways are your property, you should take care of your property. We will look at all your complaints and points that have emerged so far seriously. No student should take the law into his hand.''