- Jharkhand BJP President Deepak Prakash said
- ‘A big scam happened in JPSC PT exam by violating rules’
- Hemant Sarkar should sack the chairman of the commission: Deepak Prakash
- ‘Irregularities in the examination should be investigated by CBI or sitting judge’
Jharkhand BJP President and Rajya Sabha MP Deepak Prakash alleged violation of rules in the 7th to 10th PT Exam conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC). He talked about carrying out the big merit scam. Deepak Prakash said at the party headquarters in Ranchi on Sunday that JPSC has openly violated Section 30 of its rules.
Know what Jharkhand BJP President said on JPSC case
Deepak Prakash said that there is a mention of complete transparency in the examination, making the OMR sheets of all the examinees public. But it is a matter of misfortune for the state that the chairman of the commission, Amitabh Choudhary, is calling his manual unnecessary. The Jharkhand BJP President also commented on the JPSC President’s reply to the question of students passing the PT exam sequentially. He said that what is this provisional result, it should be clarified by the chairman of the commission.
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‘Demand to get the investigation of irregularities in the examination done by CBI or sitting judge’
Deepak Prakash, while canceling the PT exam, demanded a sitting judge or CBI to investigate it. He said that on one hand the JPSC President calls the students for talks on 23rd November. Then the police showers batons on the students, public representatives who are marching peacefully. Then get fake cases done. State BJP President said that the party is ready for a vigorous and aggressive fight against corruption. There have been more than 317 fake cases against BJP workers so far, but administrative police officers should desist from such acts.
‘Loss of 55 crores due to high VAT on petrol and diesel’
State BJP President said that due to non-reduction of VAT from petrol and diesel in Jharkhand, traders of the state were buying 30,000 kilo liters per day from Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. People are getting petrol and diesel from neighboring states even before entering Jharkhand, due to which the state is incurring a loss of 55 crores per day.