Ranchi, Jan 28 (PTI) The Jharkhand High Court refused Monday to stop the undergoing mains examinations of the state public services commission, saying it would be injustice to the candidates.Also Read - Ganesh Acharya Breaks Silence on #MeToo Accusations, Shares His Family's Reaction | Exclusive

The bench of Chief Justice Aniruddha Bose and Justice Anubha Rawat, however, said that the Jharkhand Public Services Commission (JPSC) results should not be published till the court’s order. Also Read - Australia Test Skipper Pat Cummins Highest-Paid Cricketer In His Country: Report

Appearing for petitioner Pankaj Kumar Pandey, advocate R S Mazumdar alleged before the bench that the JPSC changed rules after the start of the process of the examination which has many “irregularities”. Also Read - Sikkim Bans Sale Of Pigs As State Detects African Swine Fever, 117 Pigs Dead in 2 Last Months

He also alleged that some genuine candidates were left out of the exams.

The court also directed to make candidates as defendants and said a notice be published in two newspapers by January 30 so that candidates could become defendants.

The next date for hearing has been fixed for February 25.

The main examinations of the JPSC started on January 25 and will continue till February 1.

Advocate General Ajit Kumar submitted that as the examination has begun it would be improper to stop it midway.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.