Amar Bauri and Vinod Singh raised JSSC issue in the House, said, Government is trying to put it on the back burner

Ranchi: On the third day of the budget session of Jharkhand Assembly. Amar Bauri said in the House that the government is indifferent in the JSSC matter. We have been demanding a CBI inquiry from day one. The youth do not see the way to get justice. The government is trying to put it on hold. I again demand a CBI inquiry. If this does not happen, this government will be responsible for ruining the future of the youth.

Vinod Singh said that the House is not functioning on this issue. Since the formation of the state, irregularities have been happening in the examinations. CBI investigation into JPSC scam. Everyone knows what happened to him. The government should take the initiative in the JSCC matter. Otherwise, JSSC may meet the same fate as JPSC.

Neelkanth Singh Munda said that he is sad because he is worried about the future of the youth. There should be a CBI inquiry into the JSSC paper leak. MLA Lobin Hembram said in the House that tribal languages are not being taught in the schools of the state. There is a shortage of teachers and books for tribal languages. He said that tribal languages are not being taught in any class.

On this, Minister in-charge Mithilesh Thakur said that Santhali, Kudukh and How languages are being taught in some schools. In the remaining schools, studies will start in the financial year 2025-26. Earlier, the proceedings of the House started at 11.08 am. As soon as the proceedings started, BJP MLAs started creating ruckus. BJP MLAs reached well and started raising slogans regarding the JSSC issue.

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