‘We tweeted for ten days, one crore tweets happened but the government did not pay attention, then we had to hit the road under compulsion.’
‘The government wants to cool our anger by forming a committee so that the elections in UP and other states are not affected, the unemployed remain calm. We understand the conspiracy of the government.
This opinion is of the protesting students angry with the results of RRB-NTPC examination. Most of the students express their views in these words.
Angry students have demonstrated in Bihar’s capital Patna and many other cities. Violence has also taken place at many places and trains were set on fire. So far eight students have been arrested.
Today the students have called a Bihar bandh, due to which there are tight security arrangements in the capital Patna.
It is only after spending a few hours among the protesting students that it is realized how deep this anger of unemployed youth is and if the government does not try to pacify it, then these demonstrations can turn into a big movement.
In Bihar, the Grand Alliance has supported this demonstration of the students.
Only the boards of coaching institutes and hostels are visible in Patna’s Bhikhna hill turn and surrounding areas.
Lakhs of students from Bihar and adjoining provinces stay here and prepare for competitive examinations. Recently, on January 14, when the Railway Recruitment Board declared the results of NTPC (Non Technical Popular Category) examination, the students were furious.
Students allege that there is a discrepancy in these results and they will exclude students who have merit.
Shashibhushan, 27, is from Samastipur and has been preparing for examinations by staying in Patna for the last six years.
Shashi Bhushan says that during this time about five lakh rupees have been spent, but now the confusion in the results has ruined his hopes.
Shashi Bhushan was involved in the demonstration. When there was stone pelting between the police and the students at Bhikhuniya Mor, Shashi Bhushan also picked up the stone.
Bhushan says, “This government has left no way before us, we were so angry that when the police beat up the students, we also picked up the stone.”
There are thousands of students like Shashi Bhushan who feel that the alleged malpractices in the results of the examination have put their future in the dark.
After the performance of the students, the central government has constituted a committee to investigate. However, the students are seeing it as a conspiracy to pacify their anger.
Shashi Bhushan says, “We reject this committee, it is not a committee, it is a conspiracy to cool the anger of the unemployed till the UP elections. Will do.”
There is also resentment among the students about the fact that the recruitments are not coming out on time and even if they are leaving, then they are being delayed.
Shashi Bhushan says, “This recruitment came out in 2019, before the Lok Sabha elections. The election was won in the name of this, now the results have not come even after three years. The students are now understanding the intention of the government.”
The biggest annoyance of the protesting students is that they do not have a calendar of recruitment examinations and results. Students say, we need this clear calendar to know when CBT-2 (Computer Based Test), Skill Test and Interview will be held and when will the final results come. Give the report to the committee when you have to, but give the date of the exam now.
There is no face behind this protest of the students. Nor is there any leadership. There was resentment among the students ever since the results were declared on January 14. Protests were being held on social media.
When the students’ protest on social media was ignored for ten days, they took to the streets. Even now there is no leader of the students and there is no face of this protest.
This anger of unemployed students has been growing for many years. Recruitments are not coming out and both money and time are running out in preparation. Depression is increasing in them due to lack of job.
Pankaj Kumar says, “I have given the examination in five stages, I have passed every time, but have not got a job. The government keeps on extending the date of results, sometimes postpones the results for four months, sometimes six months, now our patience. The dam is breaking.”
Pankaj says, “Sometimes we forward the recruitment for the assembly elections, sometimes for the Lok Sabha elections. This is how we are being harassed. Our time and money are being spent.”
Many preparing students say that the situation in front of them is so difficult that sometimes they have to go to bed hungry.
There are many students who are preparing for many years. They feel that time is running out of their hands.
Many student organizations have supported this demonstration of students but it has no face or leader. Nor have the students made any plan for this. It is through social media that students are getting information and they are getting collected.
Vikas, associated with the student organization AISA (AISA), says, “This movement of students is spontaneous, there is no leader behind it. But it is not only NTPC that is behind this anger. The anger against unemployment situation in India is increasing.
Vikas says, “The farmers, laborers, people of the deprived sections here imagine a good life through Group D recruitment of railways. People’s expectations are attached to this, now it is rigged, the students’ anger has broken out. “
Santosh Arya, associated with Inquilabi Naujawan Sabha, says, “There is coordination among students at many levels, but there is no leadership. Students are connected on WhatsApp and social media. We feel that if this movement of students does not get leadership, then there is no leadership. There could be more violence.”
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Priyanka Priyadarshi, who is associated with AISA, says, “What is happening did not happen suddenly. Even though students protesting on the streets, stopping trains are suddenly visible, but this anger has been gathering for many years. They are demonstrating, they have not been associated with different organizations, in such a situation, there may be a lack of leadership, but this demonstration will take such a form that only this leadership will be born.
At the same time, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, a student organization affiliated to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, has so far kept itself away from these demonstrations. However, somewhere the organization has agreed on the issues of the students. Sudhanshu associated with ABVP says, “We support the issues of the students but we want to focus on the solution not on the problem. We have held a meeting with the officials regarding this and put forth the demands of the students. We are not involved in the protest.” But with the students.”
Sociologist Pushpendra Singh says, “Unemployment is the biggest issue in the country at the moment. It is even more serious in Bihar because the school education and higher education institutions here are in a bad condition, due to which Bihari youth have been left behind. Usually, the expectation looks towards grade three and grade four jobs.”
Professor Pushpendra Singh, chairman of Patna’s Tis Sansthan (Tata School of Social Sciences), fears that if this anger is not controlled, it may take a formidable form.
Pushpendra Singh says, “Gradually increasing unemployment has reached such a level that now the anger is increasing. This anger has reached such a level that if it is winded, it can take a formidable form, uncontrolled This is what is happening at the moment after the case of NTPC Railway Board.”
Professor Singh says, “Usually such agitations are spontaneous, but if it persists, it will not be spontaneous, leadership will come in, other parties and organizations will also be involved. Efforts will be made to give it direction and its There will be politicisation. A similar situation happened in 1973 and the student movement took a political direction in 1974. It seems that situations similar to the student movement of 1974 are being created.”
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Students do not have faith in the government. Somewhere the message of the government is not reaching the students. Explaining the reason for this distrust of students, Pushpendra Singh says, “There has been a trend in the government to postpone employment matters. Recruitments are being pulled, appointments are being made on contracts. Exams are being delayed, There is a delay in releasing the results. There is a delay in issuing the appointment letters after the results.
“With one pretext or the other, an attempt is made to avoid it by taking out the shortfall in recruitment. This is a pattern and today’s youth are not so stupid that they do not understand this pattern. He is seeing and understanding this and gradually his anger is increasing. This has broken the faith of the students in the government.”
It is difficult to say where this protest of the students will go next, but it is quite clear that if their anger is not controlled, then the situation can become very serious.
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