Politics heats up on students’ agitation for jobs in Railways, PMO takes over

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New Delhi : Politics has now intensified on the students’ agitation in Bihar regarding the issue of jobs in Railways. However, the then demand of the students has been accepted by the Railways. But now all the parties are competing to appear with the students on this issue. The ruling JDU and BJP questioned the police action and the railway ministry. At the same time, the party of Mukesh Sahani and Jitan Manjhi, allies in the government, supported the Bihar bandh called by the students on Friday.

Political mercury rises in Bihar on students’ performanceJDU National President Lalan Singh said that the students being provocative is a reaction against the examination process and result in malpractices. An inquiry committee has been formed in this regard. Hope justice is done to the students and candidates soon. He said that other coaching institutes including Khan Coaching in Patna build the future of youth through online medium. Railways and police should withdraw the cases registered against them.

Sushil Modi said – student is not a criminal, this appeal to the policeAt the same time, BJP MP and former deputy CM of the state Sushil Kumar Modi also supported the students and said that I appeal to the police administration of the state that no action of repression should be taken on the students. Students are not criminals.

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See what Priyanka and Varun Gandhi saidOn the other hand, on the same issue on Friday, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi surrounded the BJP on the pretext of this issue in the election campaign in Uttar Pradesh. BJP MP Varun Gandhi once again questioned his own party and tweeted that – Unemployment is emerging as the biggest problem in the country today. The situation is getting dire. Turning away from it is like covering fire with cotton.

PMO intervened, meeting with railway officials
The PMO also intervened in the midst of the student agitation for restoration in the railways. On Friday, the PMO called an urgent meeting of railway officials. In this, all the recruitment process in the last ten years was discussed. According to sources, the PMO also expressed its displeasure on many issues and asked the officials to be alert in future. In addition to top officials of the PMO, top officials of the Ministry of Railways were present in the meeting.

[Attribution to NBT]

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