So far 17 employees arrested from Uttarakhand in job brokerage latest news today in hindi

So far 17 employees arrested in job brokerage from Medical Council of Uttarakhand latest news update 2023

The story that started with the paper leak case has now reached the point of selling fake degrees, a new chapter has opened after the arrests from the Medical Council of Uttarakhand.

Latest Updated 05/02/2023: The stigma that started with the graduate level recruitment leak in July has now spread to government employees selling fake doctorate degrees. Because of this, 17 officers and employees have been arrested in the last six months. 21 are running suspended. Apart from this, three temporary employees have also been arrested.

Cases of breakup in recruitment are coming to the fore. In this, the collusion of government officials and employees has come to the fore in many ways. Maximum eight employees were arrested for selling or copying papers in graduate level recruitment. When the investigation of VPDO recruitment of 2016 intensified, a total of four personnel including retired IFS, joint secretary posted in the secretariat were arrested. Now two officers of the Public Service Commission have been arrested in the paper leak case.

So far 17 employees arrested from Uttarakhand in job brokerage notification latest news update 2023 in hindi

Where how many arrested

● 08 employees arrested in graduate level recruitment case

● 04 including retired IFS arrested in VPDO 2016 recruitment scam

● 02 section officers have been arrested from Public Service Commission

● 03 employees of Medical Council arrested in BMS fake degree case

● Upanal in graduate level recruitment - three workers of PRD were also arrested

Many council employees under suspicion

The matter of recruitments was going on that now the police have arrested three government employees of Indian Medical Council, Uttarakhand in the fake degree racket of BAMS. According to the sources, some more personnel can be tightened in these cases. Here, in the SI recruitment of 2016, 20 police constables are also under suspension.