Students in Bihar have been protesting for several days, claiming that the RRB NTPC CBT 2 and Group D CBT 1 tests had been rigged. In response, student organizations have called for a Bihar bandh. All major parties including the RJD have backed the bandh. Meanwhile, a video of Khan sir Patna's well-known coaching operator has emerged. In this, he has urged students not to take part in any sort of protest because the Railways have consented to the students' requests.
In his video, Khan sir appeals to the students not to take part in the demonstration. "Look there's important information for all of the students," he remarked. All of your requests have been met. All of your problems are solved by us. Do not participate in any form of demonstration on January 28th it will be detrimental to your health. Sushil Modi, the former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar has now released a video. He stated, "I spoke with the Railway Minister, and he agrees with the students' demand."
"The Railway Minister also agrees that we will offer 20 times more outcomes," Khan sir stated. Numbers do not repeat themselves an additional 3.5 lakh children will be added. The NTPC problem is no longer an issue. CBDT 2 for those in Group D was added unexpectedly, and it will be withdrawn. PM Modi was also involved in this case that's why it was an easy agreement.
He went on to say that the mistake was not made by the Railway Minister or the Prime Minister. RRB made a blunder here. RRB was having some difficulties as well. He couldn't find a company to conduct such a large exam swiftly. The various claim that elections are taking place in some states. This is completely incorrect. This is not a claim made by a pupil or a teacher.
This is an attempt to make a political statement. Because of the modification and the formation of the committee, the railways will have to obey the students. It is not a decision made by the RRB. This covers the PMO and the Ministry of Railways. In such a situation, no student should take part in the demonstration on January 28, since if students protest, other individuals will resort to violence and arson under the cover of protesting, as happened in Ara when a train was set on fire.
Earlier, the DM of Patna said that some coaching operators were behind the students' ferocious demonstration. He did not name anyone. However, Khan sir has been discussing the RRB NTPC matter for several days. It was assumed that his gesture was directed at Khan sir in such a setting. Later, Khan sir stated that if he was involved in any of this the authorities should arrest him. If the administration captures Khan sir, he has stated that the protest will become much more ferocious rather than ceasing.