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Bihar: Probe against Patna ADM for ‘assaulting’ job aspirant

Patna: Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Monday ordered the formation of a committee to investigate the incident in which the Patna Additional District Magistrate (ADM) had allegedly beaten up a job aspirant.

“Lathi charge was done to control students taking out a protest march in Patna wherein the ADM was thrashing a STET candidate. Enquiry committee made; strict actions will be taken against him, if found guilty, said the Bihar Deputy Chief Minister.

The incident was captured in a video where the ADM used a lathi to hit the aspirant lying on the road holding a Tricolor. Following the incident, the aspirant was dragged and manhandled.

The alleged outrage occurred while hundreds of teachers’ job aspirants were protesting in Patna. The protestors alleged that they have been waiting for the job letters for a long time but the administration has been delaying it constantly.

Also Read: Patna: Police beats up CTET, BTET candidates seeking recruitment

Tejashwi Yadav also said, “Students are requested to be patient. We are working on solving their issues. We have been fighting for jobs.”

The Deputy CM further said, “We have announced on 15th August that 10 lakh jobs will be given.” 

Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) also joined the controversy saying, “Is this government blind, which sticks on the Tricolour, is this government deaf? For one it is a hobby, for one it is fun and for the public, it is a compulsion.”

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