Patna: Of the Railway Personnel Board Choose That we will handle the grievances of students in the matter with the utmost care Railway Minister of State Ashwini Vaishnav said. The minister also explained that a high-level committee comprising senior officials has started listening to the views of the selectors.
Railway employee Choose Board to conduct NTPC (Non-Technical Popular Categories) Examination for the year 2021 in 2 phases Railway Students have been protesting in Bihar for the past few days against the decision. One of the last 2019 announcements Choose Students claim only mentioned. Also Phase 2 Choose Students staged a protest in Bihar on Republic Day accusing them of playing with their future. The struggle then erupted into violence. Tensions flared as students set fire to an empty train in Gaya.
In the meantime, Phase 2 of the notice Choose As the selection committee has stated that the matter has been clearly stated Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav “Railway selectors Choose Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said, “We will take care of the problems and grievances of the students who want to appear for the Railways examination.” A high-level panel of senior officials set up for this purpose has already started seeking the views of the selectors.
The high-level committee set up to look into the grievances of the selectors consists of the most senior officers with extensive experience in the recruitment process. Officials meet with student groups and get their feedback. All the problems of the students will be solved with utmost care. There is no need to be confused or offended by anyone’s words. This problem can be solved. Railway Infrastructure is a public property, so there is no need to block the road, set the train on fire or set it on fire. “
Earlier, hundreds of students and six teachers, including popular YouTuber Con Char, were charged with inciting violence. Students in Bihar today staged a full-fledged blockade protest condemning the case. Tires are being burned and slogans are being raised against the central and state governments in protests in key parts of the state. This has led to ongoing tensions across Bihar.