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Nine Accused Busted: Major Breakthrough in Uttarakhand (UKPSC) Exam Paper Leak Scandal

In a major crackdown, nine individuals have been booked for their alleged involvement in leaking examination papers for the recruitment of assistant and junior engineers in Uttarakhand. The Special Investigations Team (SIT) found their involvement and lodged FIRs against the accused at Haridwar's Kankhal police station.



The FIR has been filed under the Indian Penal Code, Public Examinations (Prevention of Unfair Means) Act, and the Anti-Corruption Act. This is not the first time paper leak cases have been discovered in Uttarakhand, but this bust is a major win for the government's efforts to reform the system.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami stated, "We are committed to reforming the entire system and those found involved in irregularities in recruitment exams will not be spared." The guilty parties have been booked and stern action will be taken against them. The government is also making arrangements to ensure that future recruitment exams are held in a transparent manner and "no injustice against the youth of the state will be permitted."

This major breakthrough serves as a warning to those who engage in corrupt practices in the recruitment process. The youth of Uttarakhand can now look forward to a fair and just selection process, thanks to the government's commitment to implementing the country's biggest anti-copying law.

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