PRAYAGRAJ: Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya has said that state government has taken elaborate measures to conduct UP Board exams beginning from Thursday. He also said that government has not only taken strong measures to check mass copying but also made it clear that stringent action against those who involved in cheating and mass copying would be taken. Maurya was in city on Wednesday to attend several events.
He also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had interacted with students ahead of the upcoming board exams and urged the students to focus on their work and not to opt shortcuts to pass examinations. PM had also advised students and parents not to feel too much pressure, Maurya added.
Maurya, however, said students should make sincere efforts to take up exams.
Referring to Kanpur dehat incident wherein a woman along with her daughter were burnt alive during an anti-encroachment drive, Maurya came down heavily on opposite camps including SP, Congress and BSP and claimed that opposition parties have no issues. Terming the incident most unfortunate, Maurya said that state government had taken immediate and stern action regarding the incident and an FIR under appropriate sections was registered against officials and others.
He said, “Questions and languages being used by rival camps was meant to safeguard mafias and goons only. Message of state government is clear that we will not leave mafias and will not disturb poor and down trodden.”





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