Uttarakhand News: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami (CM Pushkar Singh Dhami) has given guidelines to the state’s Additional Chief Secretary Radha Raturi to expeditiously deal with the recruitment examinations of the state. The CM said that all recruitment processes should be ensured with complete transparency and a review meeting should be held every 15 days at the government level. Giving necessary instructions to the Additional Chief Secretary, CM Dhami said that the number of vacant posts in all the departments should be sent to the government as soon as possible. So that recruitment should be expedited where there is an urgent need of employees. We want the state government to provide maximum employment opportunities to the youth. If anyone tries to create hurdles or indulge in corruption in the recruitment process, then he should be given the harshest punishment.
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Continuous complaints of irregularities in recruitment
In Uttarakhand too, complaints of paper leak have been received in many recruitment examinations. Be it the recruitment examination conducted by the State Subordinate Services Selection Commission or the recruitment examination for the posts of Lekhpal and Patwari conducted by the Public Service Commission on January 8. His paper got leaked even before the exam. Due to which the new date of February 12 has been released immediately after the examination. V. Murugan said that any malpractices in recruitment would not be tolerated and to make it transparent, the state government was enacting a stringent anti-copying law. Let us tell you that 20 sub-inspectors have been found suspicious in the Vigilance Department’s investigation in direct police recruitment in 2015-16, who have been immediately suspended till the completion of the investigation.
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