Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 10
After his assault in opposition to BJP’s IT cell in cost Amit Malviya, BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy is now engaged in an argument with Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal over the JEE examination challenge.
Responding to Pokhriyal, Swamy claimed he would quickly tweet what the Ministry of Education had said to the Supreme Court.
After Swamy on Wednesday claimed 18 lakh college students had utilized for JEE-Mains, Pokhriyal corrected him in the direction of the night by putting on file what he referred to as as “facts regarding JEE-Mains exams”.
Pokhriyal stated, “The number of applicants for JEE-Mains stood at 8.58 lakh, not 18 lakh, as Swamy had tweeted.”
Swamy had stated, “I just got accurate count on how many students took the JEE exams this last week: out of 18 lakh who downloaded passes, only 8 lakh turned up to take the exam. What a disgrace for the nation, which extols ‘vidhya’ (education) and gyan (knowledge)!”
The senior BJP chief, identified for his maverick methods and plain-speak, is below assault from his celebration’s huge and energetic military of social media customers over views concerning financial system and JEE-NEET exams throughout Covid pandemic.
Swamy has, the truth is, given an ultimatum to the BJP to take away its high-profile IT cell head Amit Malviya by Thursday. However, he has not obtained a lot help from his colleagues on this.
Swamy had on Monday accused Malviya of working a marketing campaign in opposition to him utilizing pretend tweets. He stated eradicating Malviya was the “compromise proposal” he had made to BJP president JP Nadda.
“By tomorrow if Malaviya is not removed from BJP IT cell (which is my five villages compromise proposal to Nadda), it means the party brass does not want to defend me. Since there is no forum in the party where I can ask for cadre opinion, hence I will have to defend myself,” Swamy had stated.
Swamy has been going through criticism from inside the celebration on his stance on some points, together with financial system and conduct of JEE-NEET throughout Covid and in addition reservations concerning GST implementation.
He has been supporting pupil protests in opposition to the Narendra Modi authorities’s determination to conduct JEE and NEET, calling for his or her postponement.