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Sikh Candidates Forced to Remove Kakaars in Preliminary Exam of RAS
Sikh Candidates Forced to Remove Kakaars in Preliminary Exam of RAS
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Sikh Candidates Forced to Remove Kakaars in Preliminary Exam of RAS
Posted:
06 Aug 2018 08:15 AM PDT
HANUMANGARH, Rajasthan—Rajasthan resident Sikh candidates, aspirant of joining Rajasthan Administrative Services, were reportedly forced to remove their Kakaars (the articles of Sikh faith) namely Kirpan & Karhaa in the preliminary exam of RAS held on August 5. Sikh24 has been informed that the incident took place at an examination center established in the Saraswati Public School of Hanumangarh by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission.

S. Tejinder Pal Singh Timma interacting with media at DC office, Hanumangarh (Rajasthan)
Raged over the incident, the Rajasthan resident Sikhs spearheaded by significant Sikh personality S. Tejinder Pal Singh Timma today staged a protest at the Deputy Commissioner’s office in Hanumangarh.
Sharing the development with Sikh24, S. Tejinder Pal Singh Timma informed that the Deputy Commissioner of Hanumangarh initially tried to justify the removal of Sikh Kakaars at examination centers by claiming that it was in accordance with the guidelines prescribed for examination. “But when we presented the booklets specifying rules regarding entry of aspirants into the examination centers, the Deputy Commissioner admitted that the officials at examination center have committed  a mistake” he added.
S.Tejinder Pal Singh Timma further informed that the Deputy Commissioner has promised them that such an incident will not occur in future. He added that the DC has also accepted their demand regarding the suspension of guilty staff members and a Departmental enquiry against them.
“This is the third incident in which the Sikh candidates have been forced to remove Kakaars at examination centers in Rajasthan. Before it, the Sikh candidates were also asked to remove their Kakaars in the RCS exam and an examination held for the recruitment of constables in Rajasthan police respectively” Timma told Sikh24.
He further said that it was very unfortunate that the descendants of the Sikh community are being subjected to religious discrimination by those who are existing today due to the sacrifices made by the great Sikh masters.  Meanwhile, S. Tejinder Pal Singh Timma has appealed the Rajasthan resident Sikhs to remain vigilant and make prior arrangements to tackle such radical attacks on the Sikh candidates at examination centers in future.
Posted by Tejinder Pal Singh Timma on Monday, August 6, 2018

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