Mumbai: Candidates leave out SSC MTS 2019 examination due to train postpone, protest after denied access

Candidates of the Staff Selection Commission of India (SSC MTS) exam protested outside Aruma IT Park in Powai on Monday afternoon to sit for the exam. The candidates were overdue as trains were not on time and canceled because of heavy rain. Most of the applicants who had been denied got here from Vasai, Virar, Palghar, and different remoted suburbs.

Mumbai: Candidates leave out SSC MTS 2019 examination due to train postpone, protest after denied access 1
The Centre performed the exam, and the safety officers denied Candidates entry afternoon, which turned into the authentic reduce-off for reaching the examination center.
They argued that the government must have allowed the Candidates who got not on time to seem for the exam as trains have not been walking on schedule due to incessant rains in the metropolis over the weekend.

They sat in protest at the gate and partly blocked a road. Bhushan Pathare, from Murbad, Thane, stated, “We had been only five minutes late, and they denied access to us. The authorities should apprehend the scenario of applicants and assist them, but no consultant from the government confirmed as much as helping us.” He also said, “For six months, I had been slogging, but now it’s far all going to vain just because trains had been late.”
Police officers arrived on the scene and recommended the applicants ship an electronic mail to the Central government as nothing could be completed from their side. “The police truly advised us to electronic mail the board and dispersed. Not handiest did they remove us; however, they compelled us to delete snapshots and videos we took to post on social media,” stated Akash Morya, a scholar who had traveled from Palghar for the examination. He also said that since the authorities had declared a vacation in Mumbai colleges and faculties, they needed to have postponed the examination as nicely.

Candidates are still involved and clueless on whether or not the authorities will conduct a re-examination because, till now, there has been no legit statement or update from the relevant government.

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