UPSC applicants move Supreme Court against four ‘ambiguous’ questions in Mains : Mail Today, News - News


After getting their dreams to serve the country as civil servants quashed, some 100 UPSC applicants moved the Supreme Court over ‘ambiguity’ in four questions in the civil service preliminary examination this year. Seven students, representing around 100 other applicants, will file a fresh writ petition in the apex court this week.

According to the petitioners, the questions reflecting ambiguity, are about right to vote and to be elected as constitutional or legal right, seawater receding at Chandipur (Odisha) and Bhavnagar (Gujrat), Indus Valley Civilisation being aware of horses or not and who can file nomination for Lok Sabha election.

The petitioners termed the four options put against the question on right to vote dubious.

Citing the first…

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