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JPSC Mains to start today, all eyes on Jharkhand high court


RANCHI: Tension prevailed out of doors the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) place of job situated alongside the Circular Road on Sunday as 1,500 civil service aspirants assembled and formed a human chain on each side of the street, difficult cancellation of the Mains exam, which is scheduled to start from Monday and conclude in on February 2. The Jharkhand top court is also expected to listen to the original plea of 2017, seeking cancellation of the exam at the same day.

Meanwhile, JPSC officials are already set to habits the exam, which was stuck in a prison tangle for two years. An unheard of security quilt for the exam has been installed position with deployment of 10 deputy superintendent of police, 115 magistrates along side 1,000 personnel for the 58 exam centres around the town.

Quick reaction groups deployed at all centres


“Anyone discovered fascinated with obstructing the exam can be handled strictly,” Ranchi SSP Anish Gupta mentioned.


However, a number of sections of the applicants and opposition political events are in opposition to keeping of the exam. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) threatened that they will not allow the meeting complaints, if the exam is performed. On Sunday night time, the authentic twitter maintain of JMM sent out two tweets in support of the protest and to cancel the exam. The tweets questioned the hurry in which JPSC had introduced the Mains exam date and issuance of the admit playing cards. It further alleged that the exam process is rigged. “A corrupt exam device can by no means result in choice of ready applicants,” the tweet reads and warn the government to be able for consequences for their “nepotism”.


Jharkhand Pradesh Congress committee (JPCC) chief Ajoy Kumar, who met the agitators close to the JPSC place of job, mentioned, “The exam is becoming the Vyapam rip-off of Jharkhand.”In the period in-between, main secretary (personnel and administrative reforms) K K Khandelwal mentioned he had received no directions from the CMO or chief secretary relating to cancellation of the exam. He mentioned, “A couple of applicants had come to satisfy me, and then I had asked the JPSC to represent a lend a hand desk and listen to the lawsuits of the applicants and cope with them earlier than accomplishing the exam.” It is pertinent to notice that chief minister Raghubar Das had told the House right through the continuing budget consultation that the plea to cancel the exam can be looked into. Earlier, the fee had mentioned the HC, which was listening to the case, had not put a keep on accomplishing the Mains exam of state civil services and it has already completed all necessary arrangements. The fee had started issuing admit playing cards from January 17.


Since then, common protests have hit town with the aspirants alleging a number of irregularities within the exam process. Various scholar groups met cabinet ministers, the meeting Speaker and the MLAs inquiring for them to mount drive at the govt to call off the exam. “The most important explanation why to oppose the exam is that there are 18 officers of JPC, who're at once fascinated with exam process, and they, too, are showing for a similar exam which leads to a battle of passion,” Puja Oraon, who was protesting out of doors JPSC place of job, mentioned.


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