Uttarakhand: Case filed against 9 people on the instructions of CM in AE-JE paper leak case
The paper leak case in Uttarakhand has remained in the headlines, for which the opposition is continuously attacking the government. At the same time, the government has taken a strict stand in the case of AE, JE exam question paper leak in June 2022. After the investigation by SIT Haridwar on the instructions of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, a case has been registered against 9 people in Kankhal police station in connection with the AE, JE exam question paper leak case. In the investigation of Kankhal police station, these 9 names related to the paper leak have come to the fore. Along with this, information has also come to the fore that Sanjeev Chaturvedi, an employee of the Public Service Commission, had leaked this paper as well. Chaturvedi is also the main accused in the Patwari-Lekhpal paper leak case. After this revelation, the credibility of the Public Service Commission has again suffered.
CM Dhami had received complaint of paper leak
In the matter, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami said that recently there were continuous complaints regarding some examinations. Preliminary investigation was done, in which the disturbance was confirmed. He said that strict action will be taken in the matter and the culprits will not be spared. The Chief Minister said that in the past also those who made irregularities in various recruitments have been sent to jail. Along with this, CM Dhami said that such a system is being made, so that recruitment examinations can be conducted with full transparency. The CM said that by issuing the recruitment calendar, examinations are being conducted accordingly. The 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.
STF is preparing to go to the High Court
On the other hand, in the Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission, the accused are continuously getting bail regarding the paper leak case. In view of this, STF is now preparing to go to the High Court against the bail. Let us inform that recently, Hakam Singh, the main accused in the paper leak case, along with many other accused also got bail.
STF will strongly present its case in Nainital High Court
After this, STF has decided to appeal in the High Court. Uttarakhand Director General of Police said that STF will appeal in the High Court Nainital for cancellation of bail of accused in cases related to UKSSSC exam scam.
STF is in strict mood on the accused of paper leak
STF seems to be strict against the accused in the UKSSSC paper leak case. Following the instructions of the Chief Minister, the STF has made preparations to take action against the accused who got bail. Soon STF is going to appeal in Nainital High Court. On the instructions of the Chief Minister, the STF will now appeal in the Nainital High Court to cancel the bail of the accused who were out on bail in the UKSSSC exam scam.