Surjewala hit out the BJP-JJP government, and HSSC chairman and its members, over the allegations. He demanded the disbanding of HSSC and a judicial probe by two sitting judges of Punjab and Haryana high court.
“”In Gurugram and Rewari, three sets of question papers were handed out to candidates within the duration of one session. What does this mean and why did this happen? Examination centres were given additional stocks of OMR sheets; this too raises eyebrows as it is easy to change the OMR sheet at any stage at examination halls itself,’’ said Surjewala
This clearly shows that HSSC has become a retail outlet of jobs for the government of Haryana and BJP-JJP.
Notably, 1.58 lakh candidates had applied for the 400 posts of male subinspectors in Haryana police and 1.07 lakh candidates had appeared in exams conducted across the state on September 26. “What is the reason that even after a week, HSSC has not released the answer key of question papers. Now, they have asked for objections and candidates are questioning the reasons for change of question papers and retest at Gurugram and Rewari. They are now demanding the retest of entire batch. Will this government or Commission agree, certainly not?’’ said Randeep.
He claimed that HSSC had changed the pattern of questions as well. This is in addition to the allegations of BJP leaders being glorified in the exam. “There was no such pattern which could suggest that it (the exam) was meant for subinspector of Haryana Police. Questions like name the BJP leader of Uttrakhand linked to Haryana and name the BJP MP whose father died recently? Name the Haryana DGP who died recently? How are such questions linked to exams?” He questioned