The State government’s decision to conduct revaluation and reinterview the candidates for the KAS batch of 2011 is taking a toll on the candidates, KAS aspirants Gaurav Shetty and Chandan Kumar said on Thursday.
At a press conference, they said the allegations made by some candidates about corruption in the selection process and the findings of the investigative agencies have not yet been judicially proven to be true. In the long drawn out process, the candidates are suffering, they claimed.
“We urge the government and the KPSC to expedite the recruitment process and do away with the revaluation and re-interview process,” Chandan said.
Instead of revaluating papers of all candidates, the ones found guilty after the investigation should be held accountable, he remarked.
“Malpractices and irregularities identified by the CID should lead to action against only those who have been found to have involved in such practices. Innocent candidates should not be punished with revaluation which is a subjective process.” Chandan contended.