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43rd BCS aspirants continues sit-in

Staff Reporter:

The 43rd BCS result aspirants continued their sit-in program in front of the Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) demanding the cancellation of the current non-cadre circular and separate publica-tion of cadre and non-cadre results.
The candidates have been continuously protesting against the non-cadre circular of the 43rd BCS, claim-ing it to be farcical and discriminatory
They started yesterday’s program at 10am in front of BPSC wearing shrouds demanding the publication of a new non-cadre circular by increasing the number of non-cadre posts.
The candidates have announced to continue the program until their demands are met.
The job seekers chanted various slogans demanding cancellation of non-cadre notification and publica-tion of cadre and non-cadre results separately and increasing the posts in line with the previous BCS.
Earlier, they held various programs including press conferences, human chains in front of PSC wearing shrouds and sit-in programs to meet their demand.
Earlier, on Thursday, the result aspirants formed a human chain and staged a sit-in program in front of the Public Service Commission (PSC) demanding the re-publication of the non-cadre circular of 43rd BCS increasing the number of non-cadre posts.
More than 200 job seekers took up positions in front of the PSC from 10:30 am and chanted slogans.
At that time, many candidates were seen taking up their positions wearing shrouds.
Earlier on Monday, the result aspirants held a press conference at Maulana Akram Khan Hall of the Na-tional Press Club demanding the cancellation of the circular and separate publication of cadre and non-cadre results.
The result aspirants alleged that the meritorious job seekers are losing confidence in the PSC.
The PSC is trying to publish cadre and non-cadre results of the 43rd BCS together. But out of the 1342 posts in the non-cadre circular, only 360 posts are for general candidates where six to seven thousand general candidates will be forced to return empty-handed, they said.

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