Dehradun: 9 booked in UKPSC paper leak case after CM order

On the instructions of Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, after investigation by SIT Haridwar, a case has been registered under the Public Examination Act, 7/8 Corruption Act 1988 against nine named people in UKPSC’s AE/JE exam question paper leak case at Police Station Kankhal.

Regarding the matter, CM Dhami said that our government is determined to improve the entire system. Those who make irregularities in recruitment will not be spared at all. On receipt of complaints in UKPSC’s AE and JE examinations, an immediate inquiry was ordered. Case has been registered. Whoever is found involved in these, strict action will be ensured.

The CM said that in the past also those involved in irregularities in various recruitments have been sent to jail. Such a system is being made that recruitment examinations are conducted in a completely transparent and clean manner.

Exams are being conducted according to the recruitment calendar issued. Country’s most stringent anti-copying law is going to be brought soon. No injustice will be allowed to happen to the youth of the state.

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