BPSC Paper Leak: Tejashwi Yadav slams the double engine government in Bihar

Publish Date: 09 May, 2022 |

The 67th Combined Preliminary Exam of Bihar Public Service Commission i.e. BPSC was cancelled because the paper was leaked even before the exam. The question paper on Telegram group went viral minutes before the exam. After the Commission had cancelled the examination, many leaders in Bihar have given their feedback regarding this, meanwhile, Bihar's veteran leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has taken a dig at the double engine government.

Three member team constituted for investigation 

He tweeted '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". The commission has asked the DGP of Bihar to get the viral question investigated by cyber cell. It is worth noting that on Sunday, the question papers of BPSC's 67th Combined Preliminary Competitive Examination went viral about 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination. 

The commission has cancelled the paper (67th BPSC Exam Cancelled) on the report of the three-member investigation team. Bihar Public Service Commission chairman RK Mahajan had constituted a three-member team of the commission for the investigation. The committee has cancelled the exam.

Paper leak news came to light during the exam

During the exam itself, the news of the BPSC question paper leak had come to the fore. The viral question was confirmed by the examinees as soon as the examination was over. This information was given to the CMO through email. The commission constituted an inquiry committee regarding the matter. Based on the report of the committee, the commission cancelled the examination. 

Joint Secretary cum Controller of Examinations of the Commission Amarendra Kumar said that information about the question paper leak was broadcast on various TV channels. In the matter, the commission's chairman RK Mahajan constituted a three-member team of the commission (BPSC Exam Paper Leak inquiry committee) to investigate.


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