Railway Board cancelled RRB-NTPC Exams after Violent Protest by students and set up committe to investigate alleged irregularities.

Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw urged students to not resort to violent activities and assured them that ministry is working to address their concerns, a day after thousands of students protested in Bihar over the selection process.

Earlier Today, Aspirants protesting against the alleged irregularities in Railway Recruitment Board’s exam allegedly set Bhabhua-Patna Intercity Express on fire on Wednesday in Gaya. The police had to release several rounds of tear gas to stop the miscreants.

In another similar incident in the Arrah, early today, students protesting against the alleged irregularities in Railway Recruitment Board’s exam also allegedly set a passenger train on fire and pelted stones on the police.

An official said that the videos of the mischief have been shot and the accused will be arrested after the investigation. “Videos have been shot and the accused protestors will be arrested after an investigation,” he said.

Students who appeared for Railway Recruitment Board’s Non-Technical Popular Categories exam 2021 held a protest on Tuesday at the Bihar Sharif railway station alleging discrepancies in the results.
Hundreds of students blocked the Kolkata-New Delhi main railway line at Rajendra Nagar Terminal in Patna.