Investigation report of JPSC Civil Services Examination presented latest news today in hindi

Investigation report of JPSC Civil Services Examination presented latest news update 2023

Latest Updated 25/07/2023: The CBI on Monday presented a sealed report in the High Court regarding the investigation and its present status of the first and second JPSC Civil Services and other examinations. After this, the court of Chief Justice Sanjay Kumar Mishra and Justice Anand Sen fixed the hearing on the matter on 16 August.

Buddhadev Oraon had filed a public interest litigation in the year 2008 alleging malpractices in these examinations. Hearing this, the High Court had directed for a CBI inquiry into these examinations. Along with this, the appointment of all successful candidates was banned. Against this, the government and the affected party filed a petition in the Supreme Court.

Investigation report of JPSC Civil Services Examination presented notification latest news update 2023 in hindi

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The Supreme Court had stayed the High Court order banning the appointment of candidates, but upheld the order for a CBI probe. On Monday, the CBI presented the progress report of the case in the High Court. On Monday, on behalf of the successful candidates, the court was told that following the order of the High Court, the services of all were restored. After this, the government also gave promotion and also confirmed the service. On one hand the government is confirming promotion and service, on the other hand an appeal petition has also been filed against his appointment. In such a situation, there is no justification for this appeal petition, the court should cancel the appeal petition of the government.

Hearing on the appeal petition of the government

In the same bench of the High Court, a partial hearing was also held on Monday on the appeal petition of the government against the order of the single bench in the case of first & second civil services examination. After a partial hearing, the court fixed the matter for further hearing on 16 August. The government had ordered an ACB inquiry in 2011 following allegations of malpractices in the JPSC's first and second civil services examination. The ACB, after enquiry, found irregularities in the selection of 15 successful candidates and recommended cancellation of their appointments.

The government canceled the appointment of all following the recommendation of the ACB. The successful candidates filed a writ petition in a single bench against the order of cancellation of appointment. The single bench quashed the government's order canceling the appointment. Against the order of the Single Judge, the Government filed an appeal before the Division Bench.