Patna ADM thrashes protester seeking teaching job. Tejashwi Yadav ordered a probe. | Techy Kings


Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Monday ordered a committee to probe the incident in which an Additional District Magistrate (ADM) beat up a Secondary Teachers Eligibility Test (STET) candidate during a protest march in Patna on Monday. , after the same video went viral on social media.

In the video, the ADM can be seen hitting young protesters with a stick, while the latter is seen holding the tricolor and rolling on the ground.

News agency ANI quoted the Patna DM as saying that a comprehensive investigation report on the viral video, which shows the ADM beating up a STET candidate during a protest march in Patna, will be submitted within two days. will be done

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Earlier, while addressing the media in Patna, Yadav said, “In Patna, students who took out a protest march were lathi-charged to control the beating of the ADMSTET candidate, the inquiry committee. made, if found guilty, strict action will be taken against him.” “

On Monday, Yadav’s office tweeted, “Honorable Deputy Chief Minister spoke to Patna District Magistrate over phone. DM has constituted an inquiry committee headed by Patna Central SP and DDC that ADM himself Why was the baton charged on the candidates, and what was the situation? If found guilty, action will be taken against the officer concerned.”

The police used lathi charge and water cannons to disperse the aspirants for teaching jobs in Patna.

Sharing the video on Twitter, the BJP in Bihar criticized the Nitish Kumar-led Bihar government and the ADM, saying, “Is this government blind, which sticks to the tricolor, is this government deaf? A For one it’s a hobby, for one it’s entertainment and for the public, it’s a compulsion.”

Meanwhile, Nitish Kumar on August 12 confirmed to work on the promise of providing 1 million jobs assured by Tejashwi Yadav, which he made while leading the RJD’s campaign during the assembly elections in 2020. what was

(with input from ANI)

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