Inspector recruitment rigged: Vigilance submitted investigation report to the government. Action will be taken soon.

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Vigilance has completed the investigation in the SI recruitment rigging in the state and handed it over to the government. Vigilance has not found evidence of recruitment by paying money against many Darogas, while the charges against many Darogas have been proved.

20 inspectors have been under suspension since January last year. Now the future of these Darogas has to be decided in the government itself.

It is being told that soon in the meeting of the vigilance committee, a decision on the case or other action against these inspectors is to be taken.

It is worth mentioning that in May 2022, the STF started investigating the UKSSSC graduation level examination rigging. In this investigation, many accused and copying mafia were also arrested.

Meanwhile, there was talk of rigging in some more recruitments earlier. It was found that the direct recruitment examination held in 2015 was also rigged on a large scale. This examination was organized by Pant Nagar University.

After the recommendation of the police headquarters, the case was handed over to Vigilance. On October 8, 2022, Vigilance had registered a case against a total of eight people, including the copying mafia, in the Haldwani sector.

The case was under investigation since then.

On the basis of suspicion, the police headquarters suspended 20 sub-inspectors in January 2023. In this entire case, the properties of the Darogas and their families were also investigated. It was found that there were some Darogas who had given money to the mafia by mortgaging their family’s properties. These were all allegations at the time.

It is being told that Vigilance has already found such evidence against some of these Darogas, but there are many Darogas whose names were dragged unnecessarily in this case. He passed the examination at his level. Now Vigilance has investigated the entire matter and sent the report to the government.

At the beginning of the investigation, it was suspected that at least 33 percent of the total recruits were incompetent. Most of them do not even know how to write their case diaries. For all these things too, he resorts to others. In 2015, a total of 339 inspectors were recruited through direct recruitment.

Vigilance has completed its investigation. The investigation report has been sent to the government. Now the next action will be taken after meeting at the government level. The facts that have come in the investigation have been conveyed to the government. A decision can be taken soon.

– Dr. V Murugesan, Director Vigilance

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