West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee alleged on Thursday that the Union Civil Service Commission (UPSC), which carries out national audits for police services, is asking questions in its documents submitted by the BJP, thereby losing its impartiality.
Upon joining the Central Police Armed Forces (CAPF), In one of the 200 Words Questions in the exam candidates were asked to write a report on the “electoral violence in West Bengal” that erupted after the state’s general election in April May.
The recruitment exam took place on August 8th. “UPSC used to be an impartial body, but the BJP is now asking its questions. It is asking the BJP questions. Even the question about the farmers’ protest was politically motivated,” said Banerjee.
Banerjee had previously said that one person on the team was a “BJP man”. “A member of the NHRC turned out to be a BJP man. In the past he was an ABVP front officer. I think he relied on the BJP version of their report, ”Banerjee said on July 22nd.
On June 18, the Superior Court of the National Human Rights Commission ordered a seven-person committee to investigate the complaints.