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UPPSC RO-ARO Exam 2024: Students competing in the RO-ARO 2023 preliminary examination of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission have been protesting for several days alleging paper leak. The matter became very heated on Friday. The Deputy Secretary of the Public Service Commission came among the students thrice to hold talks with the competing students, but the competing students refused saying that now there would be no talks of any kind. The protest will end only if the examination is canceled and informed based on the evidence given. Even food was not allowed inside. A woman from the house of a Public Service Commission employee reached the Commission office at ten in the night with food. She wanted to go inside to give food to the employee but she could not go inside. In anger he fed the entire food outside to the dog.

Women employees were allowed to go out: The students protesting against the Commission allowed the women employees to go out from the main gate late in the evening. At the same time, competing students say that the commission chairman also left through the back way late at night. Most of the students left the commission late at night, but dozens remained standing in front of the gate. Student leader Adarsh ​​Singh Bhadauria said that the strategy for further agitation will be decided late in the night.

Demand for resignation of Commission Chairman
In the 74-day-long agitation on the issue of employment, the Yuva Manch passed a resolution at the protest site at Patthar Church and said that the government should cancel the RO-ARO and constable recruitment examination. Demanded strict action against other culprits including education mafia by conducting re-examination and CBI investigation. The students sent a memorandum to the Governor demanding his intervention in the paper leak issue. Demanded immediate suspension of the Secretary of the Commission and resignation of the Chairman. Rajesh Sachan, Anil Singh, Tejesh Singh, Brahm Sen, Om Prakash etc. were present on this occasion.