Ranchi: BJP’s protest continues even after the passing of the Competitive Examination Bill.
The BJP has also presented its point of opposition to this bill in front of the Governor.
The BJP delegation met Governor CP Radhakrishnan.
After this meeting, the BJP has submitted a letter opposing the Bill to the Governor and has registered its objection.
The BJP has appealed to the governor to review the bill and take a decision only after that.
It is written in the letter handed over by the Bharatiya Janata Party, Party is strongly in favour of corruption and malpractice free examination conduct.
But through the above bill, the state government wants to conduct competitive examinations arbitrarily by suppressing the voice of competitive youth in institutions like Jharkhand Public Service Commission, Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission.
This apprehension became stronger when in the past, gross rigging was exposed in the civil service examination conducted by JPSC from 7th to 10th and junior engineer examination conducted by JSSC.
It is written in this letter, prima facie the state government denied this irregularity outright, but the widespread protest of the youth, the candidates and sufficient evidence of rigging in the examination came to the fore.
The result of the protest was that JSSC had to cancel the Junior Engineer exam.
BJP believes that the state government has passed the above bill to suppress its voice against such errors, rigging, failures and power-funded corruption.
There is a clear violation of freedom of expression in the above bill.
For example, in Clause 11 (2) of the Bill, the State Government has been empowered to register FIRs without any preliminary inquiry against the examinees, print, electronic and social media and public representatives raising questions regarding the question papers, answer sheets of the concerned examinations and Provision has been made to arrest people without the approval of any superior officer.
This delegation of the BJP Legislature Party, as the constitutional head of the state, respectfully requests that in the interest of the unemployed youth and public of the state, this bill should not become a black law, considering it seriously.
Babulal Marandi said in the House, the MLAs had termed the Competitive
Examination Bill as a black law.
Babulal said, BJP considers it a black law.
Malpractices will not stop with this law but will increase further.
JPSC and JSSC are doing malpractices in the examination, not the students.
These people change the rules after taking out the job applications.