The number of youth protesting the RRB NTPC Result is steadily increasing. In Bihar, incidents of trains stopping and railway tracks jamming have been reported in various locations over the last three days. Meanwhile, more than 400 persons have been charged in Patna, including the owners of many institutions, including the famed Khan Sir.
Based on the statements of the agitated students who were detained following the violence on Monday and Tuesday at the Patrakar Nagar police station in the state capital, a complaint has been filed. After a video went public on social media in which Khan sir was supposedly requested to agitate students on the street for not canceling the RRB NTPC exams, the imprisoned agitated candidates said they were fueled by violence and riots.
On the other hand, in response to the students' performance, Khan Sir published a statement on Wednesday evening, claiming that if the RRB's decision had been made earlier, on the 18th this problem would not have occurred. But today, a positive step has been taken in that all students' suggestions will be sought until February 16.
Let us tell you about Khan sir, a well-known coaching teacher who operates Khan GS Research Center on YouTube and is known for his distinctive teaching method.
The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) issued the results of the Non-Technical Popular Category (NTPC) Recruitment CBT-1 exam on January 14 and 15, 2022. Candidates would be shortlisted for CBT-2, or Phase II, examinations based on this outcome. The RRB NTPC Result has been accused of being rigged by candidates.
In this context, students in various areas of Bihar are regularly descending on railway tracks to demonstrate and protest against the Railway Recruitment Board. On Wednesday, a mob of protesters set fire to a passenger train in Bihar's Gaya district.
In the face of student protests, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav advised job-seekers not to harm "public property," warning that if they did, appropriate action would be taken. 'I would want to request my student friends that railroads are your property, and you should take care of your property,' Ashwini Vaishnav remarked. We will thoroughly investigate all of your complaints and comments raised thus far. No student should take matters into his own hands when it comes to the law.