Patna, Oct 15 (UNI) The RJD today lashed out at the Bihar government for largescale ''irregularities'' in the joint competition of Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) and demanded a CBI probe.
Party national spokesperson and general secretary Shyam Rajak told newspersons here that all rules and regulations of the BPSC were set aside to benefit some candidates.
He alleged that whenever Chief Minister Nitish Kumar held any Constitutional or key post, he had committed largescale irregularities to adjust his favourite candidates.
Being Railway Minister, Mr Kumar had appointed those in the Group D and C who had managed his polling booths during the elections. For this Mr Kumar ignored all laid out craiterion of appointments, Mr Rajak alleged.
Mr Rajak also alleged that Mr Kumar indulged in similar activities since he came to power in Bihar, saying the genuine candidates were frustrated with such steps.
He alleged that crores of rupees had been taken as bribe for selecting the choice candidates and informed that the genuine aspirants had apprised Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi of this matter, but no action had been taken.
Mr Rajak said the future of 1,77,000 candidates was hanging in balance due to the irregularities and the CBI probe was essential for redressal of the grievances of such candidates.
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