RRB NTPC students are in a constant state of agitation. Following the students’ agitation, the police have filed a FIR against a number of teachers, including Khan Sir. Khan sir is accused of inciting students to take to the streets to protest. On behalf of the police, it was stated that the case against Khan sir was filed based on the statements of the students.
What is Khan Sir’s name?
Khan Sir, a YouTube teacher based in Patna, Bihar, is one of the most well-known in the world. Khan GS Research Center, his YouTube channel, is extremely popular among students. It has 1.45 million followers. He is so good at explaining current events and GS topics that everyone is enamoured with him. Khan sir also teaches students through his app for a very low price, in addition to YouTube. Students come from all over the country to study with him.
The real name of Khan Sir was a source of contention.
There was a lot of debate about Khan Sir’s real name just a few days ago. Some called him Amit Singh, while others called him Faisal Khan or Faisal Khan. Some of Khan sir’s acquaintances revealed his real name as Faisal Khan in an interview with the news channel Aaj Tak in May 2021. Khan sir did not reveal his real name in front of the public last year, despite numerous controversies.
What did Khan sir say about the RRB NTPC Result discrepancy?
When the students’ demand was not accepted by the Railways, Khan Sir wrote in a tweet that students taking the NTPC exam should not forget this part of the notification, and that all NTPC students should remember this part of the notification. We must speak out against this deception. The Railway Recruitment Board’s release of the RRB NTPC result is a sham for the country’s unemployed youth. Physical protest is now the only way to bring these afflicted youth to the front lines.
RRB NTPC Protest: The administration tightens the noose around the students, and cases have been filed against many coaching operators, including Khan sir.
Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw urged students not to take the law into their own hands, saying, “We are concerned about their complaints and concerns.”
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