Arvind Kejriwal Demands CBI Inquiry Into SSC Exam ‘Trick’
Arvind Kejriwal Demands CBI Inquiry Into SSC Exam ‘Trick’. The understudies have been challenging outside the SSC office at the CGO complex in Lodhi Road in south Delhi throughout the previous four days, looking for a CBI test into the claimed paper spill in the Combined Graduate-Level (CGL) examination held from February 17 to 21.
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has requested a request by the Central Bureau of Investigation into a charged trick in an examination by the Staff Selection Committee or SSC for government employments, expressing the issue is identified with the destiny of thousands of exam hopefuls.
“A huge number of hopefuls are requesting a CBI investigation into the SSC exam trick. This issue is identified with their future. The focal government ought to promptly acknowledge the applicants’ request and request a CBI request,” Mr Kejriwal tweeted today.
The understudies have been challenging outside the SSC office at the CGO complex in Lodhi Road in south Delhi throughout the previous four days, looking for a CBI test into the asserted paper spill in the Combined Graduate-Level (CGL) examination held from February 17 to 21.
Recently, the Congress and Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav too had upheld the dissenting understudies and requested a CBI test.
Comparing the asserted trick to the Vyapam trick in Madhya Pradesh, Congress representative Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted to state that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the SSC are not talking up when the eventual fate of a huge number of youth is endangered.
“#sscscam SSC Scam is another #Vyapam. Occupations being sold, fate of a great many youth endangered, unabated dissents proceed for 3 days in Delhi, yet Modiji and SSC stay mum. On the off chance that there is not all that much, why no CBI test? Will PM reply? Will media tune in? (sic)” Mr Surjewala had tweeted on Thursday.
His gathering associate Shashi Tharoor even kept in touch with association serve Jitendra Singh on the issue. “With lakhs of dissenters clamoring for equity obviously SSC CLG Mains 2018 must be rejected and rescheduled. A CBI investigation into the hole is basic. Our country can’t stand to shake the confidence of our understudies in the focused examination framework,” he later tweeted.
Yogendra Yadav had said that there were bits of gossip about police activity on understudies challenging outside the SSC office.
“The data turning out demonstrated towards a trick of gigantic extent. The interest for a reasonable and free CBI test is totally right,” Swaraj India said in an announcement citing Mr Yadav.
The SSC, reacting to requests of a CBI test, has said it would just do as such if the confirmation gave by the competitors is discovered substantiated.
(This Story Orginating From NDTV)