UP Police Recruitment Exam Cancelled, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Announced This

Ashish Kumar Mishra
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The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment Examination has been cancelled. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken this decision after the candidates demonstrated after the recruitment exam paper was leaked. Along with this, CM Yogi Adityanath has also announced to conduct the examination again within 6 months. CM Yogi has said that strict action will be taken against those who play with the youth’s hard work and the examination’s sanctity.

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Constable Recruitment Exam Was Held On 17-18 February

The examination was organized on the 17th and 18th of February for recruitment to the constable posts in Uttar Pradesh Police, but even before the examination, the paper was leaked in the state. After this, the candidates demonstrated vigorously to get the examination cancelled.

After this demonstration, CM Yogi Adityanath announced the cancellation of the constable recruitment examination. Those who leaked the paper are on the radar of STF. Many major arrests have been made in this regard so far.

CM Yogi Tweeted Information About Cancellation Of Exam

CM Yogi Adityanath tweeted on his official X account regarding cancelling the recruitment examination for the constable posts in Uttar Pradesh Police.

He wrote, “Orders have been given to cancel the examination-2023 conducted for selection to the posts of UP Police Constable Civil Police and to conduct re-examination within the next 06 months. No compromise can be made with the sanctity of the examinations. Those who play with the hard work of the youth will not be spared under any circumstances. Strictest action is certain to be taken against such unruly elements.”

Investigation Into Paper Leak Case Continues

To investigate the paper leak, Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment Board has formed an inquiry committee for internal investigation. An ADG rank officer has been made the head. The Recruitment Board has received more than 1500 complaints from the candidates through email. The internal committee will investigate these complaints and determine whether the exam paper was leaked.

Let us tell you that after the information about the exam paper leak came to light, the candidates were continuously protesting and demanding the re-conduct of the exam.

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