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Protest erupts at police headquarters over pending constable exam results


By TC News Desk

Agartala, 10th June 2024:   A good number of job aspirants congregated in front of the State Police Headquarters on Monday voicing their frustration and demanding the immediate release of the state police constable written examination results.

The demonstration began in the early hours of Monday saw the participation of hundreds of individuals who had previously cleared the physical test phase of the recruitment process. The protestors, many of whom have been waiting since September 2021, expressed their dismay over the prolonged delay.

One of the demonstrators, who wished to remain anonymous, stated, “We have been patient, but our patience has limits. The recruitment board must act swiftly to publish the results, especially with the panchayat elections and Durga Puja festival on the horizon. We need closure and the opportunity to move forward.”

The aspirants have repeatedly sought answers from the recruitment board, only to be met with silence. This lack of communication has led to a growing sense of disillusionment among the youth, with many fearing the loss of their prime working years to bureaucratic inertia.

A spokesperson for the group declared, “Enough is enough! If our demands are not met promptly, we are prepared to escalate our actions into a larger movement. The government must realize that we will not stand idly by while our futures hang in the balance.”

The protest culminated with a delegation of job-seeking men and women submitting a formal petition to the Director General of Police, urging for a resolution before the festive season and the upcoming local elections.

This event marks a rising tide of unemployment activism in the state, with similar deputations expected to be presented to the Jail Police, JRBT, and State Police authorities, all sharing a common plea for the expedited completion of the recruitment process.

The state government and police recruitment board have yet to respond to the demonstrators’ demands. The situation remains tense, with the potential for further action looming should the aspirants’ voices go unheard.

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