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BPSC paper leak: Varun asks Bihar CM to conduct fresh inquiry, take immediate action

Voicing concern over the leak of the Bihar provincial civil services exam paper, BJP MP Varun Gandhi on Tuesday urged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to suspend the state service commission chairperson, conduct a fresh inquiry and take immediate action as the future of six lakh students is hanging in balance. In a strongly worded letter to Kumar, the BJP MP said due to the corrupt system and officials, hardwork of lakhs of students has gone waste which has deeply impacted their morale.

Last month, the Bihar Public Services Commission (BPSC) had canceled the examination for Civil Services (preliminary) after question of paper leak led to a massive outcry.

Screenshots of a set of question papers had gone viral on social media minutes before the exams commenced at noon.

The Bihar Police had also claimed to have busted an organized crime gang, which was behind the leak of the paper.

Gandhi said, “I have spoken to many students and on behalf of them, I am requesting you to take immediate action including suspension of the BPSC chairperson, arrest main conspirator and announce exam date”.

Underlining that the future of “six lakh candidates is hanging in balance due to the rigging in BPSC,” Gandhi demanded a fresh inquiry into the paper leak.

The BJP MP has been raising people-centric issues of unemployment and vacancies in various government departments.

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