Case registered against 9 accused of AE/JE exam on CM’s order

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Case registered against 9 accused of AE/JE exam on CM’s order

Saturday, 04 February 2023 | PNS | DEHRADUN

A case was registered on Friday against nine accused for their alleged involvement in irregularities in AE/JE exam under Uttarakhand Public Services Commission (UKPSC) at Kankhal police station in Haridwar after strict instructions of chief minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. The police booked all accused under section 420, 40, 120-B, 3/4 Public Examination Act and 7/8 in the Corruption Act 1988 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The CM said that those found guilty in the question paper leak case would not be spared and assured that the government will implement the country's strictest anti-copying law in the state. He said that the government is determined to reform the system and would send all culprits to jail. Those involved in the irregularities in various recruitment examinations have been sent to jail in the past too, stated Dhami. He further said, “Some complaints were recently received regarding some recruitment examinations. A preliminary inquiry was conducted which confirmed the irregularities. The authorities will take strict action and the guilty will not be spared. “A system to conduct transparent and clean recruitment examinations is being formulated. All examinations are being conducted according to the recruitment calendar issued by the bodies concerned. The country’s most stringent anti-copying law will be brought soon. No injustice will be allowed to happen to the youth of the state.”

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