- Rhetoric on BPSC 64th Result Cut Off Marks
- Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav raised questions on the intention of the government
- 1454 candidates selected in BPSC 64th exam result
Bihar’s politics is moving beyond reservation. Now there is rhetoric on the cut off marks of the result. Questions are being raised about the policy of the government. Actually, the marks of unreserved and reserved quota have been shown equal in the 64th BSSC result. However, there is a big difference in the number of written examination of both.
Bihar Public Service Commission has released the final result of 64th BPSC exam on 6th June. After the final result of the examination, the state got 1454 officers. Here, Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav tweeted and surrounded the Nitish government regarding the cut off marks. By tweeting, Tejashwi has alleged that the cut off marks of reserved and unreserved category have been equalized in this examination. Tejashwi said that ‘Nitish ji has kicked the rest of the backward castes after making his caste the highest per capita income in Bihar in 15 years.
Reservation politics progressed from reservation
Reservation has always been a sensitive issue for Bihar. During the 2015 assembly election campaign, Lalu Yadav used to roam around with a book. That book was ‘Bunch of Thoughts’ by MS Golwalkar, the second Sarsanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Lalu Yadav used to show the book ‘Bunch of Thoughts’ from the stage and say that the big leader of RSS, Golwalkar has written this book which says that reservation will be abolished. The leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (Narendra Modi) considers his idea. Although then the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party presented a clarification on the cleanliness, but Lalu Yadav turned the tide. The Grand Alliance won.
Bunch of Thoughts brought success in 2015
The book ‘Bunch of Thoughts’ was published in 1966. MS Golwalkar died in 1973. 49 years after the publication of the book, Lalu Yadav made it an election issue. The arrow hit the target. In 2015, Lalu launched both his sons into politics. Both the sons of Lalu Yadav may not have been very successful in terms of reading and writing, but with his idea, Lalu made both the sons top in politics with great fanfare. Then (2015) younger son Tejashwi Yadav was made the Deputy CM of Bihar and elder son Tej Pratap Yadav became the health minister of the state. The politics of the Lalu family once again shone. Lalu Yadav’s threat in Bihar increased further.
…then Manoj Jha gave the idea to Lalu Yadav
It is said that this idea was suggested to Lalu Yadav by Manoj Jha, a professor of Delhi University and who gave a statement in the media on behalf of RJD. In the 2015 assembly elections, Lalu Yadav started serving it from the stage by threading it in his own style. Lalu Yadav was successful in his mission. RJD made Manoj Jha a Rajya Sabha MP as a reward. Even now Manoj Jha keeps giving ideas for RJD (Tejashwi).
1454 candidates successful in the 64th examination of BPSC
The final result of BPSC 64th examination was released on Sunday. Bihar has got 1454 officers from this examination. Sub-Divisional Officer and Senior Deputy Collector of Bihar Administrative Service 28, Bihar Police Service 40, Commercial Tax Officer 10, Jail Superintendent 2 of Bihar Prison Service, Supply Inspector 223, Revenue Officer and equivalent 571, Municipal Executive Officer 7, Block Panchayat Officer. Appointments have been made on 133 posts.
By the way, if we look at the specifics of the result, there is a big difference between the marks of the written examination of general category and reserved category. 446 for unreserved while 430 for reserved. By the way, there are many such candidates who do not claim for reservation. If they want, they can take the benefit of reservation. Then he comes to the general category and also tops. In this regard, the competition is getting tough. Common people are getting better government servants.