Cheating in government job exams? Demonstration in Jammu and Kashmir!| Cheating in government job exams? Demonstration in Jammu and Kashmir! IG News

SRINAGAR, JAMMU – Youths are protesting against the permission of a blacklisted private company to conduct exams for government jobs in Jammu and Kashmir.

Last year, a private company named Aptech from Mumbai, Maharashtra was given approval to conduct the exams for government jobs in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Protests are going on in Jammu and Kashmir against the awarding of contracts to the company, which is blacklisted in various states.

In this case, the youth suddenly protested yesterday in Jammu and Srinagar.

There was a situation where the police had to resort to baton to disperse this. The youths involved in the protest were arrested by the police and taken away in vehicles.

This has created a new controversy in Jammu and Kashmir. The central government had said that removing the special status for Jammu and Kashmir would provide transparent governance.

However, many recruitment camps and exam results have been canceled recently due to fraud.

1,200 people were selected for the post of Sub-Inspector, 1,000 people for the post of Junior Engineer and 1,000 people were selected to work in Accounts Sections. There was a complaint of fraud.

After that, Lt Governor Manoj Sinha ordered cancellation of these exam lists last year.

And in this regard, a CBI investigation has also been ordered.

It is said that those who received and gave money up to 20-30 lakh rupees for getting government jobs have been included in the selection list.

After this, the contract to conduct the exams for government jobs was given to Aptech. Many have filed lawsuits against this in the courts.

In this situation, the youth is involved in the struggle, which is causing a headache for the Jammu and Kashmir administration.

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