Maya Govt. bars class XII student Qayamuddin from board exams for ‘slur’ against Maya

New Delhi: The UP Board of High School and Intermediate Education has cancelled the candidature of Qayamuddin Ansari, a class XII student in Deoria district in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, for allegedly making some derogatory remarks against Chief Minister Mayawati in his answer sheet.

Not only this, the board has barred Qayamuddin, the student of DAV Inter College, from appearing in board exams in future. The Maya Government has used all its power and did what it can to make the future and career of the student bleak just for some scribbles considered derogatory against the CM and ruling Bahujan Samaj Party chief.

According to a PTI report, in an exam in April this year the student made the ‘insulting’ remarks in the answer sheet when he was allegedly given Sanskrit question paper instead of English on the exam day. This came to light when his answer sheet was evaluated.

Besides the student, the Maya Government came down heavily on the principals and teachers of the concerned school and exam centre.

The principal of the DAV college, which was the evaluation centre, assistant controller, and two teachers have been suspended for leaking the incident to media, media reports say. Also, principal and superintendent of the exam centre and two teachers have been barred from board duties.

Only last week the UP Government sent to jail the state Congress chief Rita Bahuguna Joshi for making some derogatory remarks against the CM. Joshi’s Lucknow home was set afire by allegedly goons of the ruling party.


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