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Aggrieved CBSE Students-Parents To Draw PM Modi’s Attention Through Social Media

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17 June 2017

Tapan Das

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Bhubaneswar: In a meeting, held here at the IDCOL auditorium on Saturday, aggrieved students and parents, who had suffered due to irregularities in publication of CBSE class 12th results, decided to draw Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Human Resource Development(HRD) Minister Prakash Javdekar’s attention.

The parents will meet the Union HRD Minister in this regard. They have also decided to initiate a social media campaign for this.

Speaking to the media after the meeting, convener of the Odisha Parents’ Association Sudarsan Das said, “A delegation of parents will meet union HRD Minister soon. We request the PM to interfere in this regard and appeal the people of the state to draw honorable PM’s attention through letters, E mails and social media. We will also request Odisha parliamentarians to mount pressure on the board so that they fix this problem.”

More than 3,500 students and their parents united under the umbrella of Odisha Parents’ Association here in order to discuss their further action on the recent CBSE class 12th result fiasco

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Sudarsan Das, Convener, Odisha Parents’ Association