Congress supremo Rahul Gandhi slams Prime Minister Modi on Twitter over the topic of CBSE Paper leak scandal. Rahul Gandhi wrote in his tweet,” PM wrote Exam Warriors, a book to teach students stress relief during exams. Next up: Exam Warriors 2, a book to teach students & parents stress relief, once their lives are destroyed due to leaked exam papers.” With this tweet, Rahul Gandhi taunts PM Modi’s book which was launched by him in February 2018. Previous this, Without naming the PM, they termed ‘watchman’ as weak. He has experimented with this tweet just another year. Before that Rahul Gandhi’s tweet was a lot of discussion in the social media. Rahul tweeted that my name is Narendra Modi and I am the Prime Minister of India. I give the data you send to your American friends.
Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar, while expressing his resolve to take stringent action against criminals in the CBSE paper leak case, said that such an incident should not happen again, for this, all necessary measures including changes in the examination system will be done. Union minister and senior BJP leader Ravishankar Prasad told reporters, “Rahul Gandhi remembered his days when his party was in power for ten years.”
It is worth noting that the examination of 12th Economics was held on March 27 and the 10th math was held on March 28. CBSE has stated that the date of the examination will be announced on the website within a week. From March 5 this year, the Class X and XII examinations of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) were started. In these examinations, 28 lakh, 24 thousand 734 candidates from across the country had participated. According to CBSE, in this year’s examination of Tenth, 16 lakhs, 38 thousand, 428 and 12th examination, 11 lakhs, 86 thousand, 306 candidates were registered.
PM wrote Exam Warriors, a book to teach students stress relief during exams.
Next up: Exam Warriors 2, a book to teach students & parents stress relief, once their lives are destroyed due to leaked exam papers. pic.twitter.com/YmSiY0w46b
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) March 30, 2018