Kumar said, “The leak of the question paper of BPSC exam is a matter of serious concern. I have asked senior officers to complete the investigation at the earliest. No one will be spared and strict action will be taken against those found guilty.
A day after the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) canceled the civil services (preliminary) examination following allegations of question paper leak, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said his government will ensure that those involved in the crime are punished. Go. Kumar said after interacting with the public in ‘Janata Ke Darbar Mein Chief Minister’ that the special unit of the state police is investigating the matter. Kumar said, “The leak of the question paper of BPSC exam is a matter of serious concern. I have asked senior officers to complete the investigation at the earliest. No one will be spared and strict action will be taken against those found guilty.
It is worth noting that minutes before the examination was held on Sunday afternoon, ‘screenshots’ of the question paper went viral on social media. However, the examination was not canceled immediately and the commission announced the cancellation of the examination in the evening after being satisfied about the incident of question paper ‘leak’. After the allegations surfaced, BPSC President RK Mahajan constituted a three-member committee to investigate the matter. The commission had announced the cancellation of the examination on the basis of a report submitted by the committee.
The BPSC also appealed to Bihar Director General of Police SK Singhal to investigate how the question papers were leaked.
Responding to a question on the sudden rise in cyber crime cases and alleged presence of cyber criminals in some districts of the state, Kumar said, “Our security personnel are doing their job.” On the rising prices of petrol and diesel in the country. Kumar said, “It is true that fuel prices are troubling the consumers. However, the state government cannot do much. Rise in the prices of petroleum products is a national phenomenon and the Center should think about it. We reduced state taxes on fuel a few months back.
When asked about Bihar’s film promotion policy, the Chief Minister said that soon the state would have its own film city and it would promote the art and culture of Bihar. “As far as Bihar’s film promotion policy is concerned, I will convene a meeting soon,” he said.
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