JusticeForArmyStudents Trends Now on Twitter with 2.5 Million+ Tweets

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Candidates During Army Recruitment
Candidates During Army Recruitment

The Indian Army has called of the Common Entrance Exam (CEE) that triggered millions of tweets today under the hashtag of JusticeForArmyStudents on Twitter. The exam was scheduled to be conducted on November 28, 2021 for the posts of Soldier General Duty (Sol GD), Soldier Clerk/Store Keeper Technical (Soul CLK/SKT) and Soldier Tradesman.

“Army exam has postponed (CEE) six times in 12 months. Whenever the new date is issued by the government the earlier some days of exam the date is postponed now’ please folded hands, you have to announc the ARMY Exam new date”, said a Twitter user.

“It is the dream of every youth to join the army, but not being able to recruit the army after the railways is a big failure of the central government. The anger of youth can come on the road at any time?” tweeted a leader of Rashtriya Loktantrik Party.

Another twitter user said that his family condition is not good and he has no hope other than this job. He tweeted, “Sir our army paper is being postponed for one year we don’t know why this is happening but we have no hope for anyone other than this job we belong to bad houses. (We need this job) So that we can fulfil our dream of becoming soldiers and new recruits can come .With thanks #JusticeForArmyStudents.


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Another tweeter user, Hansraj Meena took to Twitter to register his protest against the mainstream media for their silence over the exam postponements. He said, “This Is the current situation of Our Media Bcoz they are not Showing the news of #JusticeForArmyStudents . All godi media is silent on students Digital Protest”.

Few days back, RRB NTPC aspirants had also started their digital protest against the alleged discrepancies in the exam results which was declared on January 15. The protest garnered more than nine million tweets. However, some students alleged that the government got the hashtags deleted as the movement was getting noticed.

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