Conspiracy Underway to Hijack PCS Exams

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Quetta: A conspiracy perpetrated by different interest groups is underway to hijack the PCS exams by delaying them time and time again on flimsy pretexts, sources who claim to be privy to the development told Balochistan Voices.
PCS exams were supposed to take place in March this year but these exams have been kept on being delayed.
Read also: PCS Exams Must not be postponed
A Sources inside Balochistan government who wishes not to be named claimed that different interest groups are at work since March this year to create grounds for postponement of exams and putting pressure on the incumbent Chairman Justice Kohli.

IF EXAMS ARE POSTPONED ONCE AGAIN THEN JUSTICE KOHLI MIGHT RETIRE IN PRESSURE AND THIS WOULD PAVE THE WAY FOR VIRTUALLY SELLING THE VACANCIES

“If exams are postponed once again then Justice Kohli might retire in pressure and this would pave the way for virtually selling the vacancies,” claimed the source.
Today, a small group of PCS candidates protested outside Balochistan Assembly and demanded delay in PCS exams.
However, many other candidates of PCS have approached Balochistan Voices and supported the idea that PCS exams should not be postponed.
“University of Balochistan Should postpone Master exams by just 3 weeks to end the clash, it’s not fair to demand postponement of PCS exams which have already been delayed several times,” said one such candidate on condition of anonymity.

PCS CANDIDATES, CIVIL SOCIETY AND EVERYONE WHO CHERISHES MERIT MUST OPPOSE THE DECISION OF POSTPONEMENT OF PCS EXAMS AT ALL COSTS – CANDIDATE

Speaker Balochistan Assembly has given a ruling in which she has asked Chairman BPSC to postpone the exams. Experts and political analysts question this decisions of speaker Balochistan Assembly on the grounds that BPSC is an autonomous body and Assembly can’t dictate it in anyway.
“PCS candidates, civil society and everyone who cherishes merit must oppose the decision of postponement of PCS exams at all costs,” said PCS candidate.
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Adnan Aamir is founder and Editor of Balochistan Voices. He also contributes for The News, The News on Sunday and Newsline Magazine amongst others as a freelancer. He has completed Chevening South Asian Journalism fellowship from the University of Westminster.