होम News JSSC Chairman Neeraj Sinha Resigns Amid CGLE Question Paper Leak Controversy

JSSC Chairman Neeraj Sinha Resigns Amid CGLE Question Paper Leak Controversy


In the midst of controversy over the leaked CGLE exam question paper, Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) Chairman Neeraj Sinha has tendered his resignation. Sinha’s resignation came at a time when the investigation into the CGLE exam question leak was underway by the SIT, and in this case, three arrests had already been made, including that of the Deputy Secretary of the Assembly. In his resignation letter to the Chief Secretary, Neeraj Sinha cited personal reasons for stepping down. The official confirmation of Neeraj Sinha’s resignation has been made by the Chief Secretary’s office. Despite several attempts by ETv Bharat to reach out to Neeraj Sinha via phone to inquire about the reasons, there was no response.

JSSC Chairman Neeraj Sinha Steps Down The controversy surrounding the leak of the CGLE question paper had embroiled Neeraj Sinha After the CGLE exam question paper leaked on January 28, the government ordered an investigation by forming an SIT. Following the question paper leak, while students are protesting and demanding a CBI investigation, there was also a demand from the opposition and others to take action against JSSC Chairman Neeraj Sinha.

After retiring from the post of DGP, Neeraj Sinha was appointed as the Chairman of Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) on September 23, following the end of Sudhir Tripathi’s term. Just a few months into his tenure, Neeraj Sinha, who was preparing to conduct graduate-level competitive exams, faced controversy with the agency responsible for conducting the first exam. After this controversy, the exam had to be postponed. In this regard, a letter was written to the agency by the commission’s Chief Secretary, but a decision was later made to conduct the graduate-level competitive exam through the same agency once again.

As soon as this exam was conducted in various districts of the state on January 28, during the third shift of the exam, the question paper went viral, ultimately leading to the cancellation of the exam. After the question paper leak, students’ protests were seen outside the commission’s office. The commission chairman’s vehicle was also targeted during this time, and angry students engaged in vandalism. Amidst demands from protesting students for a CBI investigation, the state government has set up an SIT to probe the entire incident. In this context, the resignation of Neeraj Sinha as the chairman of the commission is significant.

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