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May 26, 2024
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BPSC paper leak issue: Police lathi-charged over SSC students to disperse huge protests in Patna, several injured

PATNA: Over 1000 of SSC students are protesting in Patna on Wednesday regarding the BPSC paper leak issue. The demand of the students is that the examination of all the three shifts should be cancelled. During this, the candidates took out a march from Patna College Gate.

According to the information, thousands of students reached Dakbungalow chowk via Exhibition Road via English Ward. Where the police lathicharged all the students. It is reported that he was chased and beaten up. During this, there is also information about the injuries of many students. Along with this, there has also been a clash between the candidates and the police.

The students have opened a front against the government demanding the cancellation of the examination. Patna’s traffic system was being affected due to these candidates who came out on the road with big banners and placards in their hands. The candidates had completely blocked the Dak Bungalow Square. After which the police first tried to remove the students by persuading them, but when the students did not agree, the police lathi-charged them. After the lathi charge of the police on the students, a situation of chaos arose. The students started running hither and thither to escape from the lathis of the police. After which some students got injured. Here the police have detained some students.

The exam for Secretariat Assistant was held on December 23-24. But the paper was leaked just an hour after the exam started. Later, after investigation, the BSSC had announced the cancellation of the first shift exam, but the students are demanding cancellation of all the three shifts.

Please inform that the first shift examination of BSAC was canceled on Friday. In which EOU had arrested many masterminds while taking action. It was told that the papers were leaked from Motihari. Claiming paper leak, the Commission has issued a notice demanding an inquiry from the students.

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