Tejashwi got furious over the paper leak, said- BPSC should be renamed as Bihar Public Paper Leak Commission

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The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has canceled the examination due to widespread fury after the question paper of the Civil Services (Preliminary) examination held on Sunday was ‘leaked’.

New Delhi:

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has canceled the examination due to widespread fury after the question paper of the Civil Services (Preliminary) examination held on Sunday was ‘leaked’. After the news of the question paper ‘leak’, the opposition parties have attacked the government. RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav tweeted that the name of Bihar Public Service Commission, which ruined the lives of crores of youth and candidates of Bihar, should now be changed to “Bihar Public Paper Leak Commission”.

It is worth noting that minutes before the commencement of the examination in the afternoon, screenshots of a set of question papers went viral on social media. BPSC examination controller Amarendra Kumar told PTI over phone, “The examination has been cancelled. Other announcements will be made in due course.” BPSC Secretary Jeet Singh said that a three-member committee has been constituted to probe the entire matter and it has been asked to submit its report in three days.

Singh told reporters, “We had received complaints about the question paper leaking at the time of the commencement of the examination. We compared the screenshots with the set C of the question papers. The screenshots reportedly went viral on social media around six minutes before the commencement of the exam. These allegations will be looked into by the inquiry committee.

In the Veer Kunwar Singh College, one of the examination centers in Bhojpur district headquarters, Ara, the examinees made many allegations. The youths and women created a ruckus alleging that some candidates were segregated and allowed to solve their question papers inside a separate room and also allowed to carry mobile phones there.

Bhojpur District Magistrate Roshan Kushwaha reached the spot and pacified the protesting candidates. Kushwaha said, “Candidates have been asked to submit their complaints in writing. We will hand them over to BPSC which can take further action. The local administration can only ensure that the examination is conducted on the scheduled day without any hindrance.

Over 1,000 centers were set up across the state for over five lakh candidates who appeared for the exam. A student said, “All I can say is that it is demoralizing. The exam was to be held in December, but was postponed due to panchayat elections. Now it is going to be delayed further.

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