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Gandhinagar: Uproar in Students Against Irregularities in Bin Sachivalay Exam, Police Detain Students

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In Gujarat, the candidates had reached the state capital Gandhinagar today. To demand the cancellation of Bin Sachivaliy clerk exam against the irregularities for the 3901 vacant posts in Gujarat. But before the candidate reached Karmayogi Bhavan, the police arrested more than 50 candidates and had also closed down all the shops.

Today, the candidates had turned to Gandhinagar to protest against the irregularities in the Bin Sachivaliya examination from all over Gujarat. But these candidates were detained before reaching Karmayogi Bhavan and a large number of police were deployed outside Karmayogi Bhavan. There was uproar among students across the state due to irregularities in the Bin Sachivaliy clerk exam. However, the government had already set up the task of detaining the students before they could assemble.

Apart from this, even the most docile students are being threatened. In the democracy, the government was not even letting them speak, so there is more anger among the students. The students want to convey their demands to the government and they are demanding an inquiry into the malpractices in the exam.

On November 17, the examination of Bin Sachivalay was held in Gujarat. During the examination, the candidates were accused of irregularities and malpractices in the examination. But then the government refused to accept this. In such a situation, the Congress has now released CCTV footage and demanded an investigation in to the matter. In the CCTV footage released by the Congress, it is clearly visible that the candidates are cheating.

According to the information available, more than five thousand candidates from all over Gujarat had reached Karmayogi Bhavan in Gandhinagar today to protest. But the police who had reached the spot are detaining these candidates and taking them to the Gandhinagar Police Head Quarter.