UPSC Result 2022: Union Public Service Commission has released its UPSC CSE 2022 final result on 23 May 2023. A total of 933 candidates have been successful in this examination. Now a strange case related to UPSC result has come to light, in which result of two candidates having same name and roll number got stuck. Actually, this dispute has happened between two candidates named Tushar Kumar, who got 44th rank. One Tushar is a resident of Rewari district of Haryana, while the other is a resident of Bhagalpur in Bihar. Not only the name, the roll number in the admit card of both of them is also the same. Now both are claiming themselves on this result and rank. In this case, Tushar Kumar of Bhagalpur has called the admit card of another Tushar Kumar fake.
Tushar of Bhagalpur has also lodged a complaint with the SP of Kaimur in Bihar. At the same time, Tushar Kumar, a resident of Rewari, reached the UPSC headquarters in Delhi on Thursday to clear the whole matter. Along with this, a case related to UPSC result also came to the fore in Madhya Pradesh. There also two women candidates who appeared in the exam on the same roll number have claimed that they have passed the UPSC exam. In such a situation, now it will be clear only after the investigation that how both the candidates were given the same roll numbers and which of them has passed this examination.
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What did Tushar of Rewari say?
Talking about this, Tushar of Rewari said that this is my 44th rank. When the result of UPSC came, the people of Rewari started congratulating Tushar Kumar. Please inform that Tushar has studied till 12th from a government school. Then B.Com from KLP College and later started preparing for UPSC. In such a situation, he has claimed that he is Tushar, who has achieved this 44th rank in the third attempt.
What did Bihar’s Tushar say
Talking about this matter, Tushar of Bihar said that the admit card of Tushar of Haryana itself is fake, it has been edited. It does not even have the water mark of UPSC. Not only this, there is no Aadhaar number on his admit card and no detail is coming on scanning the QR code on it. However, now only UPSC will decide who is right and who is wrong in this whole matter.