Uppsc: The matter of not approving the indictment reached the President

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Sat, 6/5/2021 12:58 AM IST

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The CBI had asked the government for permission to take direct action against some officials in the event of tampering with the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission’s (UPPSC) recruitment exams, but permission was not given even after four months. In this case, the participating students wrote a letter to the president and the new director of the CBI. The candidates have demanded that CBI be allowed to act.The CBI has been reviewing the Commission’s recruitment exams since January 2017. No direct action was taken against anyone during the long gap of four and a half years. After receiving critical indications of tampering with recruitment exams, the CBI sent a letter to the government in December 2020 asking for permission to prosecute some current and former Commission staff, but that letter is in the government itself firmly. Avnish Pandey, president of the Competitive Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti, has written to the president that the CBI is investigating 599 investigations, including the investigation of approximately 40,000 suspects.

About 10,000 complainants have presented evidence of corruption to the CBI. The complainants’ lives are also at risk because of the delay in the investigation. Ordinarily, prosecution on the letter from the CBI should have been brought in a maximum of four months, but more time has passed. Avneesh has also sent a copy of the letter to the new CBI director. It was also requested that permission be given to the CBI team immediately.

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The CBI had asked the government for permission to take direct action against some officials in the event of tampering with the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission’s (UPPSC) recruitment exams, but permission was not given even after four months. In this case, the participating students wrote a letter to the president and the new director of the CBI. The candidates have demanded that CBI be allowed to act.

The CBI has been reviewing the Commission’s recruitment exams since January 2017. No direct action was taken against anyone during the long gap of four and a half years. After receiving critical indications of tampering with recruitment exams, the CBI sent a letter to the government in December 2020 asking for permission to prosecute some current and former Commission staff, but that letter is in the government itself firmly. Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti’s president, Avnish Pandey, wrote a letter to the president stating that the CBI is investigating 599 investigations, including those of some 40,000 suspects.

About 10,000 complainants have presented evidence of corruption to the CBI. The complainants’ lives are also at risk because of the delay in the investigation. Ordinarily, prosecution on the letter from the CBI should have been brought in a maximum of four months, but more time has passed. Avneesh has also sent a copy of the letter to the new CBI director. It was also requested that permission be given to the CBI team immediately.

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