#March4Education, #LeakingGovt on Twitter: People tweets after CBSE leak

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New Delhi : After the announcement of re-examination in Class 10 mathematics and Class 12 economics papers, people are disturbed and irritated. Most of them are taking their twitter handle and other social media sites to expressed their anger, using hash tags #March4Education, #LeakingGovt.

After the paper leak, student activist Shehla Rashid expressed unity with the students who will have to re-appear the exams. She has mentioned that CBSE leaks have made a mockery of education

Shehla Rashid tweets "We are in solidarity with students and youth protesting against CBSE Exam paper leak. We will struggle and force our politicians to take our future seriously. Vyapam, SSC & CBSE Leaks have made a mockery of education. #March4Education." 

People are also seen charging CBSE, mentioning that absolute callous attitude &poor security by the board are leading lakhs of students to suffer during the exam.

Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken tweeted how his son and many other students were feeling depressed following the leak reports and re-examination announcement.  

"My son Aujaswi studied really hard for #CBSE Class X Board Math Exams held today. His joy of finishing Board Exams was short-lived. He is extremely dejected as the Math paper got leaked& this #LeakingGovt will hold the Exam again. I feel sorry for him as lakhs of other students! (sic)" he tweeted. 

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala expressed his anger against Modi government saying that the govt. should be renamed as a "paper leak government". 

"Modi Govt should be renamed as Paper Leak Govt'! SSC Scam jeopardised the future of over 2 Cr Youth. #CBSE Xth & XIIth class #PaperLeak has road hit the aspirations & hard work of lakhs of toiling students. Modiji, Your Govt has imperiled the future of our Exam Warriors'! (sic)," he said. 

It is likely, that, examinations in India have become a part of scam and students’ future are in danger. It is high time that government should take strict action to reframe a strong education board.