CYSS leader flays govt for paper leaks

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CYSS leader flays govt for paper leaks

Tuesday, 30 November 2021 | PNS | Lucknow

State chief of Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) Vanshraj Dubey took a jibe at the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh, saying that the government had provided copying mafia the employment of leaking examination papers instead of job opportunities to youths who were left to push pens and prepare for exams.

“The Yogi-led Bharatiya Janata Party government has rendered Uttar Pradesh as the number one state in examination paper leak cases. After the recent leak of UP TET papers, it is evident that there is complicity of high level officials who ostensibly worked at the instance of the state government. The paper was leaked 12 hours before the start of the TET examination and went viral on social media. It indicated that the paper was leaked deliberately so that the government could save itself from initiating the recruitment process as the government is headed for assembly election within a month from now,” Dubey said.

“The BJP had promised to provide jobs to 70 lakh youths at the time of forming government in the state in 2017. But look at the incidents of paper leaks during the past few years. The SI exam paper was leaked in August 2017, UPPCL exam paper in February 2018, UP Police recruitment exam paper in April 2018, SSSB exam papers in July 2018, Health department promotion papers in August 2018, tube well operator exam paper in September 2018, exam paper for recruitment of 41,520 constable, teachers recruitment paper in July 2020, BEd exam paper in August 2021, PET in August 2021, aided government school teachers/principal exam paper was leaked in October 2021, UPTGT in August 2021, NEET NDA, SSC and now the UPTET paper leak,” the CYSS leader reminded.

Dubey said that the aspiring youths who toiled hard while preparing for competitive examinations were very disappointed now. “They travelled several hundred kilometres to reach the exam centres, spent the night out in the open and when they reached the exam centre they were told that the paper was leaked. The government should understand that the examinees returning to their homes had to face a lot of hardships. Even as the government announced to allow them free transit to their hometowns, bus and train fares were taken from them. Several of them posted videos showing the misbehaviour of the UP State Transport Corporation staff when they told them about the government announcement. Also, UP Subordinate Services Selection Commission did not publicise the vacancies after it conducted PET in August, results of which were announced two months after the exam,” the young leader alleged.

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