UP Constable Bharti: First called confusion, now investigation committee formed in paper leak case

The Recruitment Board has constituted an internal inquiry committee regarding the paper leak in the Uttar Pradesh Police Constable Recruitment Examination. Although earlier the board had refuted the paper leak claim, now an internal committee has been formed to investigate the matter in depth. According to the report of Santosh Sharma associated with Aaj Tak, Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) Chairman Renuka Mishra told from Aaj Tak,

The problems mentioned by the candidates on social media. In view of those problems, the board has constituted an internal committee. An investigation will be conducted regarding the paper and answer sheet going viral on social media. We have all the viral things. How many viral questions have appeared in the paper? These have gone viral before, after or during the examination. We are investigating all the facts.

He further said, the question is about the future of 48 lakh children. Will not allow injustice to anyone. But it is necessary to investigate the facts being told on social media.

Also Renuka Mishra from BBC said that “We have formed a committee within the board to review what improvements can be made in the recruitment process in the future.”

Uttar Pradesh Police Constable Recruitment 2024 exam was conducted on 17 and 18 February. On the first day, some news of exam paper leak also came to light. However, later the board issued a notice calling all the reports of paper leak as baseless.

Preliminary investigation found that miscreants are using the edit feature of Telegram to spread confusion regarding paper leak on social media. The Board and UP Police are monitoring these cases and thoroughly investigating their sources. The examination is going on safely and smoothly.

UP Police action against the accused

Police has taken action against many people related to the paper leak case. 93 people have been arrested on the last day of the examination. District police and STF have made a total of 287 arrests under a concerted campaign. About 48 lakh candidates appeared for the examination in 75 districts for the recruitment of 60,244 police constables in UP. After the paper leak case, a lot of anger is being expressed on social media.

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