RO/ARO exam will be investigated by STF, Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission sent recommendation to the government, investigation committee formed

UPPSC RO ARO Paper Leak:
A big update has come out regarding the pre-examination of Review Officer (RO) and Assistant Review Officer (ARO) of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC). It has been recommended to the government to get the RO/ARO pre-examination done by STF. At the same time, the Public Service Commission has formed an internal committee to investigate the examination.  

Akhilesh Yadav had demanded an investigation

Actually, the RO/ARO examination was held in 58 districts across the state on Sunday. Allegations of paper leak were made in this. Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav had also demanded an inquiry into the examination through a post on social media. It is alleged that during the examination in Pratapgarh, a candidate from Ram Anjor Mishra Inter College was caught cheating. 

Candidates created ruckus in Ghazipur 

According to media report, candidate Praveen Kumar Patel was caught with a blue tooth device. After this the accused was handed over to the police. At the same time, candidates created a ruckus at a center in Ghazipur alleging paper out. Let us tell you that more than 10 lakh candidates had applied for RO ARO pre-examination. The examination was conducted on 11 February at 387 centres. 

UPPSC RO-ARO Paper Leak: Candidates who appeared for the RO-ARO examination of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) claimed that the paper has been leaked even before the examination. Now pictures of the paper are becoming increasingly viral on social media. Candidates associated with the examination have demanded action by sharing screenshots and videos of the paper. 

The commission said the allegations were wrong

Candidates say that they have got the answers of the exam for 411 posts of Review Officer and Assistant Review Officer. Let us tell you that the examination was conducted in 58 districts of the state. Many candidates in Barabanki, Ghazipur, Kanpur and Ayodhya districts claimed that the paper was leaked. However, UPPSC rejected candidates' allegations of paper leak and said that the examination was conducted smoothly and honestly.

Akhilesh Yadav raised questions

In the video, the students claim that all the papers were already open and the management says that they have made a mistake. While sharing this video, the SP President wrote, 'In Uttar Pradesh, the review officer's paper also It got leaked. This seems to be a conspiracy of the BJP government with the future of the candidates because this government does not want to provide jobs to the unemployed.

UPPSC secretary Ashok Kumar said while the commission had constituted an internal committee to look into the issue following the reports and claims of the paper leak, it had also sent a formal recommendation to the state government requesting for an STF probe into the issue.

Meanwhile, aspirants claimed that the RO/ARO examination paper had been leaked the night before the exam and was available on certain WhatsApp groups.

Omkar Nath Singh, the commission’s secretary in Prayagraj, in a press release earlier, had said the exam was held at 2,387 centers in 58 districts of the state, and that 64% of the candidates took it. He claimed that the exam was held in all fairness.

On Monday, aspirants staged a protest outside UPPSC headquarters in Prayagraj and demanded that the exam be cancelled and re-conducted. In Lucknow, the National Students’ Union of India’s (NSUI’s) Lucknow University unit on Monday staged a protest over the issue on the university campus.

Later in the evening, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra took to social media to allege that there was a question paper leak in the exam. She wrote: “After waiting for many years, a law against paper leaks was passed in Parliament. On the other hand, the review officer exam paper was leaked in U.P!”

Her post further read: “From recruitment of inspectors in 2017 to that of review officers in 2024 – according to reports, papers of almost every competitive exam in UP have leaked. What is the government going to do to stop this... In Uttar Pradesh, we had issued a special ‘Recruitment Legislation’ manifesto for the youth in which a solution to these problems was presented. Had the BJP government wanted, it could have secured the future of youth by implementing those provisions.”

Harendra Kumar, a student leader in Prayagraj, claimed that solved papers were doing rounds on WhatsApp groups even before the examination had started.

NSUI leader Prince Prakash also said paper leak cases were happening in almost every exam held in the state, and alleged that the UP government was unable to conduct competitive exams in all fairness. “At a time when unemployment is at its peak in UP and the country, the government should ensure that exams are held in all fairness so that there is no disappointment and frustration in their mind,” he added.

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