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UPSC asking questions given by BJP: Mamata Banerjee on CAPF exam row

Addressing a press conference, Banerjee said, "The UPSC is asking BJP's questions. UPSC used to be an impartial body, but the BJP is giving it questions.

By: Express News Service | Kolkata |
Updated: August 13, 2021 2:28:02 am
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Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday alleged the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), the premier recruiting agency under the Central government, was asking questions “given by the BJP” for a CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) examination. She alleged that the BJP was “destroying institutions such as the UPSC”.

Her remarks came after the CAPF paper listed questions related to “poll violence in West Bengal” and farmers’ protest against three controversial farm laws. The candidates were asked to write a 200-word essay on “poll violence in West Bengal”.

Addressing a press conference, Banerjee said, “The UPSC is asking BJP’s questions. UPSC used to be an impartial body, but the BJP is giving it questions.

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