BJP Yuva Morcha submitted a memorandum to the Governor regarding the JSSC CGL question paper leak issue

Ranchi:  An eight-member delegation of the state Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha met the Governor and submitted a memorandum regarding rigging of examinations in Jharkhand in connection with paper leak and demanding a CBI investigation.

During this, Shashank Raj said that the failure of the government in Jharkhand can be seen through the pitiful condition of the students here that even after more than 4 years have passed since the formation of the present government, a Jharkhand General Graduate Qualified Combined Competitive Examination is not being conducted.

It could not be conducted, even though its examination was conducted on January 28, 2024, large scale irregularities and paper leaks emerged due to which the Commission had to cancel the examination within just 4 hours.

He said that those who play with the future of students will not be allowed to live in peace.

He added that Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha will continue to struggle on the streets for a CBI investigation into the JSSC CGL question paper leak case.

Jharkhand Government sends the requisition of Jharkhand General Graduate Qualified Combined Competition for appointment to 2025 posts to the Jharkhand State Staff Selection Commission in the year 2020.

During 2020 to 2024, applications for this examination are taken 3 times and the examination is declared 5 times, but unfortunately for the students of Jharkhand, the examination is postponed again and again by the Commission citing unavoidable reasons.

Initially the exam dates were announced for April and May in 2021, but were postponed, then the exam was to be held on 21st August 2022, but it was postponed due to unavoidable reasons.

Then the examination was to be held in May 2023, it was postponed again, after that the examination date was announced in August 2023, but once again the examination was postponed.

After this, the examination date was also announced by the Commission on 16-17 December 2023 but once again the examination was postponed citing the inability of the agency.

Seeing this wavering attitude of the government and the commission and the wasting of precious time of their lives, the students protested before the commission on 15 December 2023 and demanded to conduct a fair and transparent examination as soon as possible.

Then the Commission announced the new dates of the examination on 21st and 28th January 2024. Then the exam on 21st was postponed to 4th February 2024. The 28th examination was kept as scheduled. The examination was held on 28 January 2024. This examination was conducted in three shifts.

As soon as the examination was over, the discussion became common that the question paper was leaked and the answer key of the students was given by a big gang even before the examination, evidence of which also started emerging and within just 4 hours the examination was canceled by the Commission.

Due to paper leak, the life of students preparing for competitive exams will once again become dark. After this, case number 45/24 was registered by the Commission itself in Namkum police station of Ranchi regarding this paper leak case. Apart from this, the Commission, while presenting its clarification, replied that the entire responsibility of the examination rests with the agency.

Jharkhand Government, which is an examination agency through JPSC and JSSC, has also said that their position is under doubt in the paper leak case. The resignation of JSSC President amid SIT investigation seems to be under suspicion.

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