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15 Arrested For Planning To Use Unfair Means In Constable Recruitment Exam In UP

Police and local administration across the state are on alert in the wake of the exam being held on Saturday and Sunday.

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15 arrested for allegedly planning to use unfair means in the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment
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Fifteen people were arrested on Saturday for allegedly planning to use unfair means in the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board exam for recruitment of constables.

Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) of Dhananjay Kushwaha said, "We have arrested these men for planning to use unfair means in the exam. The accused are being questioned. The arrest was made by the surveillance team of the Kotwali police station." The officer declined to comment on the modus operandi of the arrested accused.

Police and local administration across the state are on alert in the wake of the exam being held on Saturday and Sunday. District Magistrate (DM) Prem Ranjan Singh said, "Senior administrative officials along with the local police are taking all measures to successfully conduct the police recruitment exam and ensure that no unfair means are used."

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In eastern Uttar Pradesh's Ballia district, police arrested a man for allegedly taking money from candidates on the promise that he will make them clear the exam.

As per a press statement issued by the social media cell of the Ballia Police, one Saleem Ansari was arrested by a team from the Rasda police station. The police seized Rs 8.99 lakh from Ansari, which he had allegedly taken from different candidates appearing in the recruitment exam.

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