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Bihar Band: ‘Join hands, don’t join the protest today’, Khan sir appeals to the students by releasing the video

Bihar Band:

Students in Bihar have been protesting for several days, claiming that the RRB NTPC CBT 2 and Group D CBT 1 exams were rigged. Students have called a bandh in Bihar for Friday. The main opposition party RJD and other parties have supported it.

Khan sir has made an emotional appeal to the students amid the ongoing ruckus in Bihar and UP demanding an investigation into the RRB NTPC, railway recruitment examination. In the video, he tells the students, ‘We are saying with folded hands that you should not participate in any kind of protest on January 28. It will prove wrong for you.’

Several days have passed since students in Bihar protested rigging in the RRB NTPC CBT 2 and Group D CBT 1 exams. On Friday, student organizations called for a Bihar bandh. The main opposition party RJD and other parties have backed it.

Khan Sir, the well-known coaching operator in Patna, said in the video that students should not participate in bandhs or protests. The Railways have complied with the students’ demands. His video appeals to the students not to take part in the protest.

In the video, Sir said this in appeal to the students-

Khan sir said in the video, “Look, there is information for all the students.”. All your demands have been met. All your problems have been resolved. There is no need to participate in a protest on 28th January, it will prove to be detrimental to your well-being. Former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Sushil Modi has now released a video. He said he spoke to the Railway Minister, who agreed with the students’ demands. The Minister also agreed to give 20 times more results. The numbers will not be repeated. An additional 3.5 lakh children will be enrolled. This ends the NTPC problem. CBDT 2 of Group D was added suddenly; it will be removed. PM Modi intervened as well, so it was an easy agreement.

It was the fault of RRB, not of the Railway Minister or Prime Minister

In his appeal, Khan sir stated that the mistake was not made by either the Railway Minister or the Prime Minister. It was RRB’s fault. RRB was also dealing with some issues at the time. There were no companies available to conduct such a large examination at the time. People are saying that there are elections in some states, so this is happening. That is not a statement from a student or a teacher. It is a political statement.

Khaan Sir warned – others can spread violence

Sir also stated in the appeal that the Railways will have to obey the students due to the amendment. There is no RRB decision in the committee that has been formed, it includes the ministry of railways and the presidential office. Students should not participate in the 28 January demonstration in such a situation. Others resort to violence and arson when students protest, like a train catching fire in Arrah.

The Patna Collector accused the coaching operators of inciting the students

The Patna Collector had said that some coaching operators were behind the students’ furious protest before Khan sir’s appeal. Although he did not take a name, it was believed that this was in reference to Khan sir, since he had been talking about RRB NTPC for many days. When Khan sir heard this, he said that if he had any role in this, then the administration should arrest him. Khan sir had said that if the administration arrests him, it would inflame the agitation rather than end it.

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