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Dozens of KPSC candidates protest against the state government at Freedom Park
Under the umbrella of the Karnataka State Competitive Examination Aspirants’ Association (KSCEAA), several government job aspirants across Karnataka on Monday gathered at Freedom Park, Bengaluru to protest against the delayed results of various recruitment examinations, some of which were held several months ago. .
They demanded publication of the provisional schedule of each examination conducted by KPSC, Karnataka State Police Department (KSP), Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) and Karnataka Forest Department (KFD) along with notification. He also demanded publication of the annual schedule of programs on the basis of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) model.
talking to siasat.comAsma Bano, an aspirant, said, “I am not only an aspirant but also a mother. I am fighting for justice by leaving my two year old at home. Also, I am fighting for justice like rich people. Can’t offer bribe for
Congress spokesperson Bhavya Narasimhamurthy spoke Accused the government of being irresponsible and playing with the future of the youth of the state.
“More than 20 lakh students are waiting for the government job notification. KPSC is worse than Bihar Public Service Commission. The KPSC officials do not even have the patience to talk with the students and address their queries,” she said.
Over 500 candidates from the districts of Bengaluru, Mysore, Tumakuru, Kolar, Chikkamagaluru, Hosapete, Raichur and Bidar have participated in the protests in the past.
Marking September 17 as National Unemployment Day, which is also Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday, several videos surfaced on the social media platform Twitter, where candidates were seen bribing the secretary of Vidhana Soudha KR with pen, paper. goods such as books, etc. were shown to be shipped. Mahalakshmi sarcastically requested for the job.
In September, the protesters met several politicians, including Leader of the Opposition Siddaramaiah, and requested them to raise their grievances in the assembly session.


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