bdnews24.com :The High Court has ordered the publication of the review results of the 34th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) preliminary examination again, including the indigenous candidates who were excluded from the first merit list.The bench of Justices Naima Haider and Zafar Ahmed issued the order on Tuesday after hearing a writ petition saying the indigenous students had been excluded from the review list, although theywere very much there in the first merit list.On July 8 last year, 12,033 candidates had cleared the preliminary examinations as per the first results based on a quota system. But the results sparked a widespread agitation by students in Dhaka and elsewhere claiming that many ‘meritorious’ students who had taken the test had been left out.The protests had prompted a review. On July 14, fresh results were published, this time with 46,250 candidates clearing the preliminary tests.Public Service Commission’s examination controller (Cadre) AIM Nesar Uddin announced that new list of successful candidate included the 12,033 from the first results. But, later, 280 indigenous candidates alleged that they had been excluded from the revised list.Barrister Jyotirmoy Barua filed the writ in the High Court on behalf of 59 of those indigenous candidates.Barua said there was no law to exclude those who had figured on the first list of successful candidates from the subsequent revised list.The petitioners said PSC had failed to explain why it did that. The court then issued the directive.