MP Youth Congress activists lock doors of recruiting committee over ‘paper leak’; 20 Outfits – The New Indian Express

By PTI

BHOPAL: Activists from the Madhya Pradesh (YC) Youth Congress on Thursday locked the main gates of the State Housing Staff Selection Board (SSB) of the building, formerly known as Vyapam, here seeking a impartial investigation into the alleged leak of the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) paper. the week.

Police said they arrested 20 Youth Congress members and leaders, including their head of state Vikrant Bhuria, who were later released after providing guarantees.

Protesting activists claimed they were mistreated by police, a charge denied by law enforcement.

During the protest, YC activists shouted slogans against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over what they claimed leaked the TFW-related question paper held on March 25.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (MP Nagar) Nagendra Singh Bais denied that the protesters were mistreated.

He said protesters locked the doors of the SSB building and squatted.

“We asked them to end their protest at the gates, but when they didn’t we arrested them,” Bais said.

On March 28, a section of aspirants who took the teacher eligibility test demanded that the online TET be canceled after an alleged screenshot of the question and answer sheet went viral on the networks. social.

The demonstrators had held signs with the message “Cancel MP-TET 2022.

They had also petitioned officials asking for action.

Vyapam (Vyavsayik Pareeksha Mandal), whose name was recently changed to Madhya Pradesh Karmachari Chayan Aayog (Personnel Selection Committee), had found himself embroiled in controversy due to alleged rigging of college admission exams of medicine and government jobs spanning several years.

The Vyapam scam came to light in 2011.

The CBI had taken over the investigation into the mega recruitment and admissions scandal after a Supreme Court order in 2015.

BHOPAL: Activists from the Madhya Pradesh (YC) Youth Congress on Thursday locked the main gates of the State Housing Staff Selection Board (SSB) of the building, formerly known as Vyapam, here seeking a impartial investigation into the alleged leak of the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) paper. the week. Police said they arrested 20 Youth Congress members and leaders, including their head of state Vikrant Bhuria, who were later released after providing guarantees. Protesting activists claimed they were mistreated by police, a charge denied by law enforcement. During the protest, YC activists shouted slogans against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over what they claimed leaked the TFW-related question paper held on March 25. Deputy Commissioner of Police (MP Nagar) Nagendra Singh Bais denied that the protesters were ill-treated. He said protesters locked the doors of the SSB building and squatted. “We asked them to end their protest at the gates, but when they didn’t we arrested them,” Bais said. On March 28, a section of aspirants who took the teacher eligibility test demanded that the online TET be canceled after an alleged screenshot of the question and answer sheet went viral on the networks. social. The demonstrators had held signs with the message “Cancel MP-TET 2022”. They had also petitioned officials asking for action. Vyapam (Vyavsayik Pareeksha Mandal), whose name was recently changed to Madhya Pradesh Karmachari Chayan Aayog (Personnel Selection Committee), had found himself embroiled in controversy due to alleged rigging of college admission exams of medicine and government jobs spanning several years. The Vyapam scam came to light in 2011. The CBI had taken over the investigation into the mega recruitment and admissions scandal after a Supreme Court order in 2015.