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JSSC CGL: Opposition adamant on demand of CBI inquiry into CGL paper leak huge uproar on first day of session – JSSC CGL: Opposition adamant on demand of CBI inquiry into CGL paper leak, huge uproar on first day of session, Education News

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The budget session of the Jharkhand Assembly began on Friday with state Finance Minister Rameshwar Oraon presenting the third supplementary budget of Rs 4,981 crore amid uproar from the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party. Opposition MLAs came in front of the Speaker’s podium as soon as the House proceedings began at 11 am, displaying pamphlets demanding a CBI inquiry into the Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination paper leak issue. Amid the uproar, state Finance Minister Rameshwar Oraon presented the third supplementary budget of Rs 4,981 crore for the financial year 2023-24.

As soon as the proceedings began on the first day of the seven-day assembly session, BJP MLAs and AJSU MLA Lambodar Mahato came in front of the Speaker’s podium and leaked the Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) Combined Graduate Level (CGL) examination papers on January 28. CBI Started demanding investigation. The state government has constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the matter.

Leader of Opposition Amar Bauri said, “The state government brought a law to stop cheating in jobs and examinations. Despite this such a big paper got leaked. Therefore, we demand a CBI inquiry into the paper leak case.” Earlier, Assembly Speaker Ravindra Nath Mahato urged the agitating MLAs to return to their seats, saying these issues would be discussed during the session, but the MLAs continued to protest.


Agency does not get relief from High Court in CGL question paper leak case

The High Court has directed JSSC to file a reply after show cause was issued to the agency conducting the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) of Jharkhand State Staff Selection Commission (JSSC). The court of Justice R Mukhopadhyay did not give any relief to Satvat Infosol Pvt Ltd, the exam conducting agency, and rejected the request to stay the show cause. The next hearing of this case will be on April 2. During the hearing, the company told the court that show cause was given by the Staff Selection Commission. The notice given to blacklist the company is not correct. This should be banned. There have been no complaints of the exam question paper being leaked from the exam center nor the treasury. In such a situation, giving show cause to the company is wrong. On behalf of JSSC, the court was told that the company had printed the question paper. Prima facie the company seems to be involved in the question paper leak case. For this reason, show cause has been given to blacklist the company. Therefore the petition should be dismissed.