The prelims passed out students continue to protest for third day even today was no examination of APPSCCE.
The prelims passed out students continue to protest for third day since morning, even today was the gap and there was no examination of the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Examination (APPSCCE) .
Hundreds of aspirants who tries to sit on protest in front of the CM’s private residence at Upper C Sector Colony near Circuit House but the security forces did not allow them to march towards the CM private residence. Protestors then confined to the campus of the Circuit House where they shouted slogans and demanding the intervention of the Chief Minister Pema Khandu into the APPSCE-2018 fiasco.
The aspirants said that we have been moving from pillar to post, right from commission, Chief Minister and Governor and are still hoping for a solution. We will not give up our hope as the candidate for the examination are reducing day by day and our movement are getting memento.
Meanwhile the APPSC sources have inform that an FIR have been filed at Itanagar Police Station for defaming the reputation of the commission in social media by individual on allegation of paper leak.
While confirming the receipt of the FIR filed by the APPSC Secretary Taru Talo Itanagar Capital SP M Harsha vardhan said that action have been initiated and under enquiry.
Meanwhile a high level sources said that a delegation of four members of prelims passed out aspirants today evening meet the Chief Minister Pema Khandu at his office at AP Civil Secretariat and submit a memorandum but the outcome of the meeting could not be known.