“These two competitive exams are extremely important to a student’s career as the success or opposite of these exams would determine the course of their future life. Each examinee would therefore try to do their best and therefore it is extremely important to ensure that they do these examinations in an environment of health security and spiritual peace, “the letter says.
The letter reads: “The people of the country are battling the Covid-19 catastrophe once a century, which affected millions and killed thousands. This pandemic has the additional negative consequence of widespread economic disruption. Due to the health crisis in addition to the economic disorders, the mental stress is common among people.
“In addition, conducting audits of this magnitude would require public transportation and hospitality entities, including hotels, lodges and restaurants, to function smoothly and optimally due to the movement of large numbers of examinees and their guardians.
“As part of its strategy to fight Covid-19, the Jharkhand government has not yet begun public bus services or allowing restaurants to open. It is noteworthy that these restrictions were put in place to control the spread of the coronavirus, The DUTs and their legal guardians face serious logistical problems. ”
The Prime Minister wrote: “There will also be some examinees whose residence would be in the security zone. As a result, it would be difficult for them to leave the area. There may be a case where the examinee or his family member is infected with coronavirus , and in all of these cases it would be difficult for the examinee to come to the examination. ”
At the end of the letter, the Prime Minister said: “Since there is no way to detect and prevent an infected person during the investigation, this would put the rest of the examinees and supervisors in a certain examination room at risk, even infected. Since there is no comorbidity among the examinees can be ruled out, the acquisition of an infection by pathological test subjects can be life-threatening. I would sincerely ask you to postpone both examinations in the public interest. ”