30th Nov 2022 10:11:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter 

ITANAGAR, Nov 30: All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU) along with the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) has  jointly decided to resort  to a mass referendum rally in connection to the APPSC 'Cash for Job'  Scam on December 3 next from Dera Natung Government College (DNGC) to IG Park.
The decision comes after the ANSU and AAPSU received memorandums from the aspirants of APPSC under the banner Pan Arunachal Joint Steering Committee related to cash for job scam in various exams conducted by the state civil service commission. They further alleged that the investigation into the case is getting delayed and the state government is yet to take strict action against officials involved in the corruption.
Speaking to reporters, ANSU Vice President Rahim Yangfo said the unions are of the belief that the corrupt practices within the Commission is not new and the recent arrests of candidates and officials by the Special Investigation Cell (SIC) has confirmed it. Therefore, both unions demand the state government to declare entire exams where question paper was leaked as null and void, he said.
ANSU has also demanded the immediate arrest of the chairman, secretary, members, and all the officials of the Commission; ED and Court-monitored probe, immediate dismissal and termination of state government officials involved, and no examination date to be declared by the Commission until the investigation process is completed, and new SOP for the examination to be prepared with the participation of at least two aspirants.
“ANSU also demands to the state government to recruit Mudang Yabyang, a PwD candidate for the post of lecturer at Polytechnic College and reward Gyamar Padang with the post of Assistant Engineer (Civil) for being the whistleblower of the APPSC exam paper leak,” Yangfo said.
Other demands include the three-member IAS committee report on AE (Civil) paper leakage to be made public, recall of three state government officials posted under APPSC and compensation to all the aggrieved candidates with an amount of Rs.5 lakhs each to be ensured. 
The ANSU Vice President said that all the demands were discussed among the members of both the student bodies before placing them in public domain.
“We also make it clear that the issue raised by the unions and the aggrieved aspirants is not against any particular community, rather it is for the welfare of the future aspirants. Therefore, let us not make it communal and work for the better future of the students, irrespective of any community,” he appealed.

Kenter Joya Riba

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