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Over 30 Bihar Staff Selection Commission candidates hurt in police lathicharge | Patna News

PATNA: The Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) job aspirants protesting against the recent paper leak and demanding the cancellation of all the three shifts of its third graduate level joint preliminary test examination were lathicharged near Dak Bungalow roundabout on Wednesday morning. Several protestors were injured in the police action to stop them from moving ahead.
The first shift of BSSC third graduate level joint preliminary test has already been cancelled after the paper leak surfaced. However, the aspirants are demanding cancellation of papers of all the shifts, alleging paper leak. On Wednesday, the aspirants were heading towards the BSSC office when police used force to stop them from moving ahead of Dak Bungalow crossing.
Town DSP Ashok Kumar Singh said the protestors did not have permission for the route they were moving on. “They were violent and by deceiving us, they used the Exhibition Road route to move ahead. Such violent protests will not be allowed,” said Singh, adding that the protestors had broken the barricading and hit even the policemen. “We gave them time for peaceful protest, but they started breaking the barricading and attacking police. So we had to use mild force to push them back,” Singh said.
When asked about the severe head injuries received by a few aspirants, including a female candidate who was thrashed by a male cop, he replied, “We have got no such information.”
The aspirants, on the other hand, alleged they were beaten and not allowed to meet the BSSC officials. Student leader Dileep Kumar said nearly 35 aspirants had been injured, including five who received injury in the head. “We had been peaceful throughout and wanted to go to the BSSC office to put our demand,” said Dileep, adding, “We request the government to cancel the papers of all the shifts and conduct a fresh and fair examination. Instead of thrashing the students and suppressing their voices, the government and police should focus on catching hold of mafias who are involved in paper leak and are playing with the future of bright students. What is the use of holding such an examination when the seats are sold beforehand.”
Another aspirant said they would continue with their protest, unless they are heard.

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