Uttarakhand paper leak Cabinet nod to the transfer of reclamation process

An offer to transfer the under-process reclamation for,000 vacuities by the Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission( UKSSSC) to the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission was passed by the state press on Friday.

The decision comes after the Uttarakhand Special Task Force investigated the UKSSSC paper leak case, in which 35 people have been arrested.

On Wednesday, a total price of Rs 3 lakh was announced for information leading to the arrest of the two main accused.

Stating that the state government would take all possible ways to maintain translucency and quality of the reclamation examinations, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami directed the officers to declare an examination timetable and initiate the process. He also asked all government departments to prepare a list of vacant posts to be filled by direct reclamation and submit it to the commission.

The paper leak case pertains to declared irregularities in an examination conducted by UKSSSC on December 4 and 5 last time in which around1.6 lakh campaigners appeared and 916 were selected for various departments.

The clerk of UKSSSC has also been removed from his post.


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