Indian railway engineers and officers are recruited through examinations conducted by UPSC. Engineers who qualify are called members of the Indian Engineering Service. Other officers are selected through Civil services examination, also conducted through UPSC. Is there a single officer (including engineers) getting recruited outside of this framework?
On what basis do you say that officers of Bihar origin (and while you have not said, do you also mean Jharkhand origin people like me?) are not able to read or write in the business language of India, namely English? Is there is a provision to do this under the rules of UPSC?
I would like you to give concrete proof of this as this is a very very damaging allegation which questions not only on Lalu Prasad but also the integrity of the entire organisation of the Indian Railways and UPSC. Let me add, I went through the link that you have provided at cnnibn. That does not in any way substantiate the allegation that you have made and is indeed non-sequitur.
Let me assure you, if you can give concrete proof for this allegation, I will personally be with you shoulder to shoulder to fight this. But if it is not, you may please consider withdrawing your allegation as then your statement would be considered spreading regional hate in these times of considerable national anguish.
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