The paper for the written examination of police constable recruitment held on March 27 in Himachal Pradesh was distributed among more than one thousand youth across the state even before the examination. However, beyond this and how many candidates have shared this paper, it could not be guessed yet. The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the police arrested two more accused in the paper leak case on Saturday. However, the police are hesitant to give information from where they were arrested. So far the number of arrested accused has reached six.
At the same time, the wires of the matter are also connecting with Una district. On Saturday, the police interrogated 12 candidates and their parents who had topped the written examination in Una. When the Superintendent of Police Kangra spoke to Dr. Khushal Sharma to get information about the two accused arrested on Saturday, he said that he cannot give any information in this matter. On the other hand, SIT President Madhu Sudan’s phone went off. Apart from this, when the police chief wanted to get information from DGP Sanjay Kundu, he did not consider it appropriate to receive the mobile phone of the media person only. It may be noted that after the disclosure of the paper leak late on May 5, three candidate accused of Kangra district were arrested, while an employee of Kanshi Ram Memorial, a private school in Kangra itself, was arrested on May 6.
On the other hand, there has been a stir in Una district due to the questioning of candidates who have scored good marks in the Police Constable Recruitment Examination. The police claim that some leads are in their hands during interrogation. A big reveal is expected soon. The police is calling the candidates for questioning in this case keeping in mind the marks of the educational qualification and the written test result. Let us inform that the Police Department had conducted the constable recruitment exam on March 27 for 1334 posts. The result was declared on 5th April. The written examination was conducted in a total of 81 centers across the state. More than 60 thousand candidates appeared for male posts and more than 14 thousand candidates for female posts.
On Saturday, some candidates and their parents have been questioned. The purpose of the police is not to harass the candidates, but to nab the vicious ones who leaked the paper. So everyone cooperate. -Arjit Sen Thakur, Superintendent of Police, Una