Stung by allegations of corruption, APSC chairman Rakesh Paul said that he was ready to face any probe.
Talking to reporters after meeting Governor PBAcharya on Sunday, Paul said that he had done no wrong in the recent civil service examination where he alleged to have selected unfit candidate for money.
He cleared before the Governor his position that the civil service examination was free and fair and that he did not take bribe from any body to help a candidate select in the examination.
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