Babulal wrote a letter to CS, demanding CBI investigation into irregularities in JSSC exam

Ranchi:  BJP State President Babulal Marandi has demanded from the Chief Secretary to recommend a CBI inquiry into the rigging in the JSSC examination. He has written a letter to the CS regarding this.

In which he has said that recently, a case of question paper leak has come to light in the examination conducted by JSSC in 735 examination centers across the state for appointment to 2025 posts.

After which JSSC has canceled all the shift examinations held on January 28 and the examination to be held on February 4 citing unavoidable reasons.

Babulal said that about 6.50 lakh candidates from the state were participating in this examination.

After years, the unemployed youth of the state got a golden opportunity.

But such repeated cancellation of exams and incidents of question paper leaks raise questions on the impartiality of JSSC, due to which all the youth had to suffer the consequences.

Babulal said that there is an allegation of JSSC-sponsored brokers selling question papers for Rs 25 lakh each in the examination centres.

How could such a huge question paper leak scam be possible without the connivance of JSSC officials.

Therefore, this matter should be investigated by the CBI.

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