Congress delegation led by APCC president Takam Sanjoy met Arunachal Governor and submitted a memorandum on APPSCCE-2018.
A Congress delegation led by APCC president Takam Sanjoy met Governor Brig (Retd) B D Mishra in Raj Bhawan here on Monday and submitted a memorandum sought his immediate intervention to end ongoing fiasco in Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competitive Examination (APPSCCE)-2018.
Talking to media Sanjoy told that ‘the governor has assured to examine legal aspects of the 17-point memorandum . He gave a patient hearing when told about various loopholes of exam conducted by APPSC to prove its hollowness despite being an autonomous body’.
Questions of Pakistan old sets were copy pasted, commerce question out of syllabus, candidates forced to write by offering lunch in APPSC exam centre while latchi-charged, water cannons used and female candidates drugged in King Cup Public School centre (KCPSC), making it a mockery. Thus, the APPSCCE should be scrapped and APPSC, which has been repeating ambiguity to spoil exam atmosphere, should be dismantled and reconstituted for conducting the APPSCCE afresh in a fair and transparent manner to grant justice to the examinees, he said to have told the governor.
Meanwhile among the agitating aspirants, one Tatar Gao launched ‘indefinite hunger strike’ in Tennis Court since Nov 15 last. Parents, public and other political parties have been expressing strong resentment against such ambiguous conduct of examinations for which the intervention of the governor and the GoAP is the need of the hour, he added.
The aspirants holding candle lights were standing in Tennis Court as part of their protest Monday evening to draw attention of the masses.