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UP – Lucknow – GIC LT grade exam passed candidates protest in Lucknow, selected candidates went to indefinite strike until portal unlocks | LT grade exam passed candidates protest in Lucknow: Dharna at Secondary Directorate, will sit on indefinite strike until appointment is not received – Lucknow News

UP – Lucknow – GIC LT grade exam passed candidates protest in Lucknow, selected candidates went to indefinite strike until portal unlocks | LT grade exam passed candidates protest in Lucknow: Dharna at Secondary Directorate, will sit on indefinite strike until appointment is not received – Lucknow News


LT grade pass candidates demonstrated at the Directorate of Secondary Education, Lucknow.

In Lucknow on Tuesday, Government Inter College (GIC) LT grade pass candidates once again staged a strong protest. A large number of candidates who reached the Directorate of Secondary Education started an uninterrupted protest today demanding appointment. The candidates allege that the government is not doing anything for them.

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The protest will continue till the portal opens

The candidates told that the result was released on 28 June 2023. After this, document verification took place between 17 July to 24 July 2023. After this. The recommendation of the selected candidates was sent to the Directorate Prayagraj. Since then, all the selected candidates are stumbling from door to door. From Prayagraj to Lucknow, they are forced to protest and submit memorandum again and again. Till now the Directorate of Secondary Education has not taken their appointment process forward. This is the reason why this protest is going on. We will not leave from here till the portal is opened.

The selected candidates started an continuous protest from Tuesday.

Student Mahavir Verma said that despite protesting and submitting memorandums at the Directorate of Secondary Education dozens of times, nothing has been received except assurances from the responsible officials. Shyam Narayan Yadav said that the candidates are being harassed mentally by the officials.

Appeal to the Chief Minister

Kamini Pathak said that mental and social exploitation is being done by the officials. I am very upset. I request the Chief Minister to get me the appointment letter as soon as possible. Jai Singh, a candidate from Jaunpur, said that even after a year of the results being released, we are still wandering from door to door for appointment. And the government and administration are responsible for the exploitation of all of us selected candidates. If the government does not take any concrete steps in our interest very soon, then we will be forced to go on a hunger strike.

Among the candidates sitting in the continuous strike were Kamini Pathak, Nishi Singh, Seema Sisodia, Sonal, Deepa, Komal Verma, Mahavir Verma, Shyam Narayan Yadav, Jai Singh, Anjani Kumar Pandey, Sanjay Chaudhary, Rakesh Yadav, Ganesh Kumar, Sain Jahan and many other candidates.



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