High Court holds the joining of selected candidates on 2446 posts in Bihar

Bihar Police Under Service Commission had released a total of 2446 posts of Inspector, Sergeant, and Assistant Jail Superintendent under Bihar Police and Prison and Correctional Services. Recently, its final result was also released. At the same time, the candidates who have been selected have been waiting for a long time to go under training for the same. Now they will have to wait for the court’s conclusion.

Some candidates had filed a case in the High Court against the result of the 2446 Inspector Examination. Advocate Ritika Rani fought for the complainants in the High Court. She said that 268 candidates, including Sudhir Kumar Gupta, have complained that they have attempted the questions correctly in the exam with more than the cut-off score. At the same time, when the Commission uploaded the scorecard on its website on August 1, 2021, it was found that the marks of about 236 candidates were more than the cut-off but they were not selected.

Advocate Ritika Rani told that the High Court was taken refuge in this matter. During the hearing on Wednesday, the court has put a stay in view of the seriousness of the whole matter. As of now, no joining letter will be given to any candidate. The restoration process will be stopped. The commission will have to answer many unresolved questions in court.

Recently, a large group of selected candidates had reached the police headquarters. They have been wanting information as to why they are not being called for training. However, the commission could not give any confirmed information to the candidates about waiting for such a long time. Now after the stay of the High Court, where there is hope among those challenging the result, there has been an increase in the disappointment among the selected students regarding the waiting period.