RRB NTPC PROTEST: Did Khan Sir Instigate Agitation Against RRB? Came In Front Of The Media And Gave This Answer,


Khan Sir statement about RRB Protest: The name of Khan Sir, who runs a famous coaching institute on social media, is being linked to inciting students for a violent agitation against RRB, to which he has reacted.

New Delhi: 

There is a lot of ruckus in the state of Bihar regarding the result and further process issued by the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) and for this a teacher has suddenly once again come into the discussion, which is often different in easy language.

To explain the students on different topics, they remain in the discussion on social media and the name of this teacher is ‘Khan Sir’.

In fact, in many districts including Patna, Arrah of Bihar, students’ protests have suddenly become very furious at many places including railway stations, railway tracks, which have been started against the recruitment process and alleged insensitive attitude of Railway Recruitment Board. 

Behind this furious demonstration, the administration has accused Khas Sir of instigating the students and called them a part of the education mafia.

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Now Khan sir has come in front of the media and put forth his point in clear words and said that because of him there is no controversy because if this was the case then this demonstration would not have been happening on such a large scale. 

He has called the violence of the students wrong and said that he is also trying to pacify the RRB exam candidates at his level but at the same time Khan sir also talked about the basic issue due to which these protests are taking place.

In fact, the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has decided to take an examination in the recruitment process for 12th and graduation pass students,

which is beneficial for graduate students and for 12th students, their cutoff level is impractically above. He is going. 

Candidates had been raising objections regarding this subject in front of RRBs for a long time.

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Khan sir says that till February 16, suggestions have been sought from the students by RRB and the report from each RRB has been sought by March 4, a committee of 5 members has also been formed, but if this step is already taken by the board.

Had it been lifted, this ruckus would not have happened. Khan sir says that he is trying to stop the students but he alone cannot stop so many students. 

Not all teachers and students can be wrong.


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