Railway Board spikes curiosity with question on Jayalalithaa disproportionate case conviction
news Monday, December 15, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute | December 15, 2014 | 8:40 am IST | Updated 12:05 pm Current Affairs questions asked in examinations usually pertain to recent events. However, a certain question asked in the Railway Recruitment Board examination on Sunday raised some eyebrows as it was relevant to the disproportionate assets case in which the ruling Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu was disqualified and convicted. The question read ‚ÄúThe first serving Chief Minister of an Indian State who lost his/her post after being convicted in a disproportionate assets case‚ÄĚ and provided four options for people to chose from - Lalu Prasad, Jagannath Mishra, J Jayalalithaa and BS Yeddyurappa The exam is conducted by a Central body.¬† On Monday, AIADMK members attending the Rajya Sabha created a ruckus during proceedings over the portrayal of their party leader Jayalalithaa in the Railway Board Examination questions. Tweet
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