RRB / RRC Group-D Exam Date, Railway’s Group D exam job battle became the top trend on Twitter

RRB / RRC Group-D Exam Date
RRB / RRC Group-D Exam Date

The protest is increasing over the shortcomings of cancellation of forms in the Group D examination of Railways. Angered by the stand of Railway Recruitment Cell (RRC), about 4.5 lakh students have started a campaign on social media. This job battle remained the top trend on Twitter on Sunday.

The issue of cancellation of candidates’ form by RRC started trending on Twitter from 10 am on Sunday. In just half an hour, more than 65 thousand people tweeted and supported the students. The issue continued to top trending with 6.29 lakh tweets till 6 pm. The students of Prayagraj started the movement by forming a group against the arbitrary attitude of RRC. The students running the campaign say that this issue was at number two in the morning on Twitter in the whole world, while by evening it reached number nine. 

1.15 crore candidates had applied online for the Group D exam of RRC. RRC rejected the applications of 5.11 lakh students due to invalid photo and signature. When the affected students tweeted and mailed, the RRC, assuming a software error, asked to submit the canceled form again. This time 44 thousand 422 applications were approved. The remaining 4.5 lakh applications were considered rejected. The photograph and signature which the software considered invalid for the Group D exam became valid in the NTPC exam. In such a situation, the future of 4.5 lakh students hangs in the balance, so they carried forward this fight. Hearing in Double Bench on Monday The hearing
of the matter is going on in the Central Administrative Tribunal, Allahabad. A two-judge bench will hear the matter on Monday. The case is to be heard at number 43 in court number one. The students have kept their hopes up for the hearing.

The petitioner said, victory will be ours, the
main petitioner Rakesh Yadav says that he is fighting for justice. The dreams of lakhs of students are being shattered by the shortcomings of RRC. The eyes of millions of people from Twitter, Facebook are on this issue, we will win this battle.

Amit Mishra, who took forward the campaign by joining thousands of students on social media by forming a group , says that when the software glitch came to light, why was the form of only a few students approved. What is the fault of the remaining 4.5 lakh applicants.