‘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 have to do inquire the CBI,’ Tweets Delhi’s Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, Today. Students demonstrated on Thursday with SSC Exam 2018 scam complaint, a large number of candidates joined and demanded, it should be examined by CBI. It is being told that due to the demonstration, the police had closed the Jawaharlal Nehru Metro station on Wednesday at 5:30 pm.
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
Tier II Examination of Staff Selection Commission (SCC) was conducted online from 17 to 22 February. The exam paper and answer sheet had been leaked. Students said that the reason for the paper leaks during the examination is the corruption spread in the Election Commission. Candidates raised their voices in large numbers outside the SSC office, which included the members of All India Students Association and Swaraj India.
Delhi State President of Swaraj India, Anupam also joined the demonstration and came to the Commission headquarters located at CGO Complex to support the candidates. Terming the government as totally insensitive towards the future of youth, Anupam said that this fight is for the future of the country because of which youth are connected and these youth are actually nationalists. Several Institution students, including DU, JNU, Jamia, were also included in this protest.
The performance on SSC exams remained a subject of discussion on social media. Congress leader and Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor was also tweeted earlier, “Millions of demonstrators are demanding justice. It is clear that the SSC Mains will be re-scheduled for 2018. CBI investigations should be done in this case. Our country will not be able to tolerate the confidence of the students to rise from the competitive examination system.”