NSUI activists stage protest outside Haryana Staff Selection Commission office

Activists of the National Students’ Union of India on Monday held a protest outside the office of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission in Panchkula alleging that a number of paper leaks have taken place in the course of the previous 5 years, however the state authorities had did not take concrete motion.

The HSSC had on Saturday introduced the cancellation of written exams held on January 9 and 10 for round 700 posts of gram sachiv, following claims that question papers have been leaked.

Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala had stated it has come to the federal government’s data that question papers and answer keys have been discovered on cellular gadgets in sure non-public faculties and different establishments.

The Haryana Staff Selection Commission determined to cancel the written exams, he stated earlier.

The activists of NSUI, the coed wing of the Congress, alleged that this was not the primary incident of paper leak however there have been many examples up to now over 5 years.

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The newest paper leak incident just isn’t an remoted one. During the previous over 5 years, a number of paper leaks for numerous recruitments have taken place jeopardising the way forward for children within the state. But the state authorities has did not take any concrete motion and paper leaks hold taking place, NSUI’s Haryana unit president Divyanshu Budhiraja stated.

NSUI activists, who raised slogans towards the Khattar authorities, tried to enter HSSC premises and gherao the office of its chairman, however they have been stopped by the police.

Earlier, Congress basic secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala had alleged that by cancelling the written exams for the posts of gram sachivs, the state authorities has accepted “foul play”. Besides demanding registration of an FIR, Surjewala additionally sought an impartial probe into the matter.

Surjewala had stated round 10 lakh individuals had taken this examination and demanded. The state authorities must also pay Rs 5,000 every to the candidate who appeared within the examination as compensation.


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