Nagpur: The youth wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party has said that it suspects a paper leak in the MPSC examination on Sunday at a center in Nagpur. Members of BJYM reached the spot on the spot and started protesting, Due to which the police were called. (Maharashtra Public Service Commission) MPSC has called these allegations completely false.
In an official statement of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, it has been said that it suspects that this paper was leaked from a centre, Because the seal of the question paper bundle was opened allegedly due to the presence of the students without any witnesses. It is also alleged that the question paper was opened much before the permission.
The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha also claims that it has confronted the authorities in the school where the exam was being held over the issue and that it was an error. This was also alleged in the official statement of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, but they are convinced that it was done deliberately.
Not wearing masks properly
Maharashtra Public Service Commission has completely denied all these allegations through its official Twitter handle and said that such reports are false. Nothing like this has happened.
A trustee of the school said that these are all baseless allegations. And it seems that some students were more interested in opening the paper in front of them. The trustee has also informed the authorities about this.
Bharatiya Janata Party city president Pravin Datke also reached the spot after the police arrived and the tension escalated. Protesters were seen close to each other, some of them not even wearing their masks properly. Because their faces were fully visible.
Sunday’s Maharashtra Public Service Commission exam was conducted at around 724 centers across the state, In which around 2.52 lakh candidates appeared.