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Cop Aspirants Create Ruckus At Patna, Begusarai, Munger | Patna News – Times of India

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PATNA: The aspiring candidates of CSBC Bihar Police Constable Recruitment Examination 2023 created a ruckus at the examination centres in various districts, including Patna and Begusarai, as 48 examinees were caught while using unfair means in Ara and four in Nawada on Sunday. The examination was conducted in two shifts for the recruitment on 21,391 posts of constables in the state.
Bhojpur SP Pramod Kumar Yadav said the examination was conducted at 28 centres in Ara. “A total of 48 candidates were caught either cheating and copying or using unfair means such as mobile phones, Bluetooth devices at different centres,” he said.
In Nawada, a guardian was also arrested for sending messages to his ward. Nawada Sadar SDO Akhilesh Kumar said the exams were held at 22 different centres amid tight vigil. The four arrested were identified as Prince Kumar, Pushpendra Kumar, Akhilesh Kumar and Kamlesh Kumar. Nawada DM Ashutosh Kumar, SP Ambarish Rahul, DSP Ajay Kumar and other officials visited different centres.
The candidates created a ruckus at TPS College, Patna and broke the lock of the main gate as some of them came after the reporting time of 8am. Two candidates were not allowed to enter the examination hall due to late arrival in the second shift at 2pm.
“During the first shift, a mobile phone and a chit were recovered from two candidates identified as Nitish Kumar and Rajiv Paswan. The college administration handed them over to the police. Both have been detained for interrogation. Their cellphones were confiscated,” Kankarbagh SHO Ravi Bhusan said.
Police had to resort to baton charge at the Shri Krishna Women’s College centre in Begusarai after the candidates created a ruckus for not being allowed to enter the examination hall due to late arrival. However, the candidates claimed they had reached the centre on time. There were 9 centres in Begusarai.
According to Begusarai police, some candidates came late at the JD College centre and pelted stones on the police. Three constables received minor injuries. However, the situation was controlled by using mild force. The candidates claimed they reached 10-15 minutes after scheduled time due to massive traffic jam.
The same was the situation in Munger where the candidates created a ruckus at Town School, Baidyanath Girl’s School and Upendra Training School in the town area for the same reason. The candidates claimed they were late only by 5 minutes. “I got late as the train was delayed,” said Priyanka Kumari of Bhagalpur.
A total of 529 examination centres were set up in 37 districts of the state, except Gaya.
(With inputs from
Praveen in Ara and S B Sinha in Nawada)

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