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Are mafia and politicians selling jobs in Uttarakhand?

Are politicians and mafia selling government jobs in Uttarakhand together? UKSSSC Selection Commission Chairman S Raju has clearly indicated this before resigning. The chairman of the commission has resigned.

Are politicians and mafia selling government jobs in Uttarakhand together?UKSSSC Selection Commission Chairman S Raju has clearly indicated this before resigning. If so, this is the biggest fraud with the state’s youth. Such people who have shattered the dreams of youth like this should not be spared at any cost. 

Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission was formed in 2014 to fulfill Group C level recruitments in Uttarakhand. But from the very beginning, questions were being raised on the recruitment of the commission, in this background, the second consecutive chairman of the commission had to resign and return unharmed.

When this independent commission was set up in 2014, retired IFS officer RBS Rawat was appointed as the chairman. But questions were also raised on the recruitments conducted during his tenure. There were allegations of a massive breakup in the VPDO recruitment held in 2016.

During the vigilance investigation, it was found that the result was affected by tampering with the OMR sheet brought for evaluation after the examination. Due to this the said examination had to be canceled. The then president RBS Rawat had then resigned taking moral responsibility for this.

And now in a similar situation, S Raju has also resigned taking moral responsibility. From this, the deep roots of the recruitment mafia can be gauged. Retired Additional Chief Secretary S Raju’s tenure in the commission was ending on 26 September. 

The recruitment of UBTR was also disputed: Before the formation of UKSSSC, the responsibility of conducting Group C level recruitment in Uttarakhand was with the Uttarakhand Council of Technical Education (UBTR). The JE recruitment conducted by UBTR also had to be canceled for the same reason. There were serious allegations on many UBTR recruitments, but no concrete investigation or action was taken in any case. But the commission set up in response to UBTR has also failed in its role.

Proposal for strict copying law passed: On the last day of his term, Raju has also stamped on the strict anti-copying law. 
The commission has recommended to the state government to enact a strict anti-copying law in Uttarakhand on the lines of Rajasthan.The law recommends a fine of up to ten crores, confiscation of property, and imprisonment of up to ten years for the accused.The commission has also approved the provision of two pre and main examinations for the recruitment examinations. 

Hurt by Trivendra’s statement, 
S Raju expressed grief over former CM Trivendra Rawat’s statement regarding the dissolution of the commission. Raju said that when the Forest Guard recruitment copy came to the fore during the tenure of Trivendra Rawat, he had made the entire investigation report public. Then Trivendra Rawat had not only justified not canceling the examination by taking the side of the commission, but also praised him.

He seems to have been affected by the constant propaganda. According to Raju, he will also talk to Trivendra Rawat on this matter. According to Raju, the commission did a great job in the last five years, which is why the issue of unemployment was not particularly effective in the elections. Raju has also raised questions about some former officials of the commission for not cooperating in gestures.

Important documents recovered from the possession of the accused
STF (Special Task Force) has recovered important documents by taking Manoj Joshi, who was involved in the paper leak, on remand. The names of some other people involved in the paper leak have also surfaced in the recovered documents. SSP STF Ajay Singh told that Manoj Joshi has worked in the commission through PRD.

At the time of PaperLeak, he was associated with the company providing technical support to the commission. The accused Manoj Joshi has already been in contact with Jaijit Das, who was extorted from inside the paper commission.STF gathered facts from Manoj Joshi that where he sold the paper. Other evidence including facts related to the amount received from this was also collected.STF has also arrested Manoj’s brother-in-law.