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Are some media attempting to mislead the People of Manipur and the High Court: GoA

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Jan 29

Media reports appeared at some web portal and Newspaper in connection with grievances of some selected MPSC candidate whose service has been terminated by the High Court, had angered the Group of Aspirant which took up the matter to the Law Court.
A statement said that the Group of Aspirants had filed petitions to the honourable high court of Manipur praying to quash and set aside the MCSCC main exam 2016 and also the appointment of the candidates selected from the examination 4 years ago and had been pursuing and requesting the concerned authority to make MPSC a clean institute and are continuing the struggle.
The general public of Manipur has been extending kind and generous help to us and the group of aspirants hope for further help. While the Group of Aspirants (GoA) had been trying hard for the past 4 years to make the MPSC clean by streamlining the recruitment process, a news item that may create confusion and mislead the attempt of the GoA among the general public appeared at some media. The report also challenged the wisdom of the High Court of Manipur as well as the Supreme Court of India with their half backed knowledge as it fails report the matter dealing by the group of aspirants.
A clarification by Arbind Salam, Convener, Group of Aspirants stated that after considering the irregularities and illegalities and the manipulation of the examination, complaint and grievances of the petitions, complaints and grievances of the selected candidates and the present condition of the state and well as consequences that may occur in detail during its course of hearing which took around 4 years. The High court of Manipur passed an order dated 18/10/2019 directing to quash the examination and also the appointment of the candidates recommended from this exam to the MPSC as well as Department of Personal, Govt of Manipur and also directed the CBI New Delhi to investigate the conduct of the exam within 3 months.
Stating that there is no bifurcation of the GoA into 2 groups, the statement said that the members of GoA (group of aspirants) have been trying to find out the irregularities and evidences of the preliminary stage of this exam but could not find it.
“If some candidates would like to re conduct the exam from the prelims stage, why should they not complain to the High court of Manipur before conducting the mains exam and why they didn’t enter in discussion the matter in the High court Manipur even after repeated notice given to them”, the convenor of the GoA asked.
On the other hand some of the selected candidates and MPSC had filed Special leave Petition to the Supreme Court of India challenging the judgement and order of the HC of Manipur but after hearing the petition the SC of the India upheld the order of HC of Manipur two times in its order dated 22/11/2019 and 18/12/2019 observing that while conducting the exam, illegalities and irregularities goes to the root of the matter and illegalities and irregularities are revealed by the enquiry committee in a transparent manner and MPSC is directed to conduct the MCSCC mains 2016 as early as possible. After one year of issuing this order some of the candidates recently filed a writ petition to the HC of India praying that the exam shall be conducted from the prelims stage which is very surprising to the GoA.
The GoA reminded that they too suffer a lot and feel ashamed in front of the general public of Manipur not less than that of the selected candidates. Also the GoA also reminded the secretary MPSC that instead of feeling sympathetic on the grievances of the terminated candidates he should also think of the grievances of the victims of the this exam and also for the whole state of Manipur and accordingly it will be better for MPSC to conduct the MPSC mains 2016 properly after framing rule and regulations as early as possible. Also the GoA would like to remind that the sons and daughters of the members of the enquiry committee could not clear the MCSCC prelims exam 2016 unluckily and they never appeared mains examination.
Some of the irregularities revealed by the Enquiry committee are-
1. Number of answer scripts without signature of examiner- 93
2. Number of answer scripts without supervisor signature- 5764
3. Number of answer scripts in which marks are amended without initial of examiner- 523..etc.

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