Ranchi: Taking swipe over the functioning of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that every morning after rising up from the bed he prayed to the god that no one from his family should pass the exams conducted by the commission orelse allegations will be levelled against him.
Replying to the question raised in the house through a call attention motion given by MLAs Pradeep Yadav and Binod Singh the Chief Minister said that even now many students come to him and urge him to help them get pass the JPSC exams.
He said that going forward not only under JPSC but all the exams under JSSC will be conducted as per the proper process. He announced that in the exams of the commission reservation meant for all the sections will be provided as for it clear rules and regulations will be framed which will make sure that reservation roaster is properly implemented therefore advertisement related to the 7th JPSC Exam has been stopped and a decision over the 6th JPSC exam will be taken after making an analysis of the final results.
Hemant said that a clear cut rules and regulations for the JPSC will be formed and pointed that since the creation of the state the commission has been in wrong news as on almost all the exams disputes have taken and in some of the cases the matter was before the court.
He also pointed that since JPSC was an independent body therefore the government should also not intervene much however all the people should get their due. He said that a committee under development commissioner has been formed in this regard over which Mandar MLA Bandhu Tirkey demanded that in the committee a cabinet minister should also be included.
Adding further Hemant said that the situation turned worse as both the previous state government and the JPSC did not understand their jurisdiction. Since the creation of Jharkhand, the state public service commission in the 20 years has only managed to complete the process of five civil services exam while process for the 6th was going on.