‘Till when should the youth of India be patient?’: BJP MP Varun Gandhi once again targets Modi government on the pretext of UPTET leak

UPTET Leak: BJP MP from Pilibhit, Varun Gandhi has once again shown rebellious tone against his own government. Varun, who is constantly besieging the Modi government on the issue of farmers, has targeted this time regarding the job and paper leak case. Varun Gandhi has taken an aggressive stand regarding the UPTET leak and has also accused the government of not providing jobs. Varun Gandhi asked that till when should the youth of India be patient?

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Varun Gandhi tweeted, “First, there is no government job, yet if some chance comes, the paper gets leaked, if you give the exam, you don’t have the result for years, then get cancelled in some scam. 1.25 Crore youth of Railway Group D are waiting for the results for two years. The same is true of recruitment in the army. Till when should the youth of India be patient?”

Let us tell you that after Subramanian Swamy, Varun Gandhi is the only MP in the Bharatiya Janata Party who is vocal about his govt policies. Earlier, Varun had written a letter to his own government regarding the farmers and said that one crore rupees should be given to the deceased farmer families. Along with this, he also raised his voice on the issue of MSP.

Varun Gandhi on UPTET Leak

So far, about 30 accused have been arrested by the STF of Uttar Pradesh Police in the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test paper(UPTET Leak) case. The exam has already been cancelled. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to take action under NSA and Gangster Act. It has come to the notice that the paper has not leaked from the examination center.

Some government employees are also said to be involved in the paper leakers. The paper was leaked even before reaching the exam centre. Its wires are connecting from Mathura, Bundelkhand, Shamli to Government Secretariat, Lucknow. STF is dealing with the matter with intensity and promptness. Following the strict instructions of the government, the police is also taking swift action. For about 20 lakh candidates who appeared for the UP TET exam, 2,736 examination centers were earmarked across the state.

Uttar Pradesh Police ADG Prashant Kumar said during the media briefing that the exam has been canceled due to the leak of the question paper of the UPTET exam. UPTET exam will be conducted again within a month. Candidates will not have to pay the fee again for this. Also, as per the instructions received by the government, arrangements for free travel will also be made.

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