With the agitation on the SSC CGL Tier 2 alleged scam heating up tumultuously, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged the central government to have a CBI enquiry on the entire matter.
With the agitation on the SSC CGL Tier 2 alleged scam heating up tumultuously, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged the central government to have a CBI enquiry on the entire matter. Kejriwal took to Twitter today to express his views on alleged SSC paper leak. He stated that the issue pertains to the future of thousands of aspirants. Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav also requested a similar demand from the centre earlier.
Kejriwal on Twitter wrote: Thousands of students are demanding the CBI inquiry of the SSC exam scam. This issue is related to the future of thousands of students. The Central Government should immediately accept the demand of the students and inquire the CBI.
Hundreds of aspirants are outside the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) office in Delhi’s Lodhi Road since February 27 and they demand a CBI inquiry on the issue of the alleged paper leak. As per the claims made by the SSC aspirants, in the Combined Graduate-Level (CGL) examination which was conducted from February 17 to 21, the question papers were leaked and was circulated.
Expressing his views on the same Yogendra Yadav tweeted about the rumours of police action on students outside the SSC office. Swaraj India made a statement which quoted Yadav: The development indicate towards a scam of massive proportion and the demand for an independent CBI probe is absolutely right.
Earlier, the chairman of Staff Selection Commission, Ashim Khurana, expressed his views on the allegation by the aspirants. Khurana said, “some candidates of CGLE (Tier-II) 2017, is being actively instigated and sponsored by two Coaching Institutes/ agencies with vested interests.”
हज़ारों छात्र SSC exam scam की CBI enquiry की माँग कर रहे है। ये मुद्दा हज़ारों छात्रों के भविष्य से जुड़ा है। केंद्र सरकार को छात्रों की माँग तुरंत मान कर CBI enquiry करानी चाहिए।
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) March 2, 2018
— Anil Kumar Seervi (@AnilKumarSeerv1) March 1, 2018
It's high time Government wakes up and pay heed to the clarion call from the protests against the SSC CGL mains paper leak and misconduct of exams by commission.#SSCExamScam @narendramodi @DoPTGoI @republic @PMOIndia @ZeeNews @timesofindia @CNBCTV18News @ANI pic.twitter.com/P6vdWXRGMT
— Vishy Sourav (@VishySourav) March 1, 2018