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Head clerk examination was canceled

Head clerk examination was canceled




  • If there is a mistake of the secondary service selection board, action will also be taken against it: Harsh Sanghvi
  • 88 thousand candidates appeared for the examination of Head Clerk

The paper of the examination conducted by Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board on December 12 exploded. Later, the Minister of State for Home Affairs also admitted that there was a paper leak. Minister of State for Home Harsh Sanghvi held a press conference on the issue today. In which, he said, 14 accused have been arrested. As well as the examination of the Head Clerk is canceled. The exam will be retaken in March. If there is a mistake of the secondary service selection board, action will also be taken against it. If any officer is found to be at fault, action will be taken against him. Although the Minister of State for Home Affairs did not even mention Asit Vora's name, did he give him a clean chit?




Harsh Sanghvi further said that the decision to cancel the examination was taken after discussions with the Secondary Service Selection Board. The head clerk's examination will be held again next March. Discussions have been held with the Chief Minister so that the examination can be conducted in a new manner. 70 examinees who took the paper will not be released either. Now the examination will be conducted with such an arrangement that there will be no chance of malpractice. The paper taker will be punished in such a way that he cannot come out for years.

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With the paper leak scandal heating up and taking a political turn, the government has become very active and the Chief Minister's presidency got an important meeting. The meeting decided to cancel the examination and take strict action against the accused. Apart from the Minister of State for Home Affairs, the meeting was also attended by the office bearers including the Chairman of the Secondary Service Selection Board. After this meeting, Harsh Sanghvi announced the cancellation of the examination.


Yuvraj Singh Jadeja testified

Yuvraj Singh Jadeja today gave some evidence to the Secondary Service Selection Board in the paper leak case. He also applied to the Secondary Service Selection Board to become the plaintiff in the matter. Yuvraj Singh said that he would give certain concrete evidence to the Minister of State for Home Affairs Harsh Sanghvi only so that his confidentiality would be maintained. He also expressed readiness to assist in the investigation if needed.


The supervisor of the printing press sold the paper for 9 lakhs

Kishore Acharya, a supervisor at a printing press in Sanand, sold the paper to a man named Mangesh for Rs 9 lakh. The Gandhinagar LCB detained Kishore Acharya and interrogated him. While another accused Deepak Patel was driving an ambulance at Singerwa Hospital, who has also been arrested. An investigation is underway into whether any employees of the printing press and secondary service selection board were involved.


How did the police reach the accused?

Deepak Patel of Gandhinagar, who was in touch before the examination, was identified. This Deepak Patel to LCB. During interrogation at the office, he confessed that he got the question paper from Mangesh Shirke, a resident of Naroda, and gave it to Prantij's Deval Patel and Jayesh Patel on December 9 for Rs 09 lakh. Mangesh Shirke from Ahmedabad got the question paper from his wife's family uncle Kishore Acharya. The question paper was given to this teenage principal by the Secondary Service Selection Board in the printing press for printing the question paper. He works as a printing supervisor in a printing press.


Papers were solved in three groups

The investigation into the paper leak case of the Secondary Service Selection Board examination continued for three days. Police first worked to apprehend the suspects. A complaint was registered against the accused at the provincial police station. On the first day of the paper explosion, 6 people were arrested, the papers were solved in three groups in the same district. Harsh Sanghvi told reporters that so far 6 out of 10 people have been arrested in the case, including Mahesh Patel, Chintan Patel, Kuldeep Patel, Dhruv Patel, Darshan Vyas and Suresh Patel. More than 24 police teams were working. The offenses have been registered under sections 406, 406, 409 and 120 by the government at the provincial police station.


Recruitment was held for 186 posts

Corona also caused delays in government employment. The examination for the 186 posts of Head Clerk was held in 782 centers in 6 cities across the state, with about 88,000 candidates appearing for the examination, which was earlier postponed due to Corona. Centers were allotted for the examination in Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot and Jamnagar.


A copy of the paper was to be sold for 10 to 15 lakh rupees

In the paper leak case, a police complaint lodged at the Prantij Police Station stated that before the examination, with the help of a government servant or some other means, he sold it to the examinees for Rs. Facilitated delivery to scheduled examination centers.


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