UPTET Exam Paper Leak: 23 people arrested yet, actions to be taken against culprits under UP Gangster Act

Publish Date: 29 Nov, 2021 |

UPTET Exam Paper Leak:

After the cancellation of the Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test (UPTET Exam) which was to be held on Sunday, it will now be conducted in a month. In this case, the UP Police has arrested 23 people so far and some of the people caught are from Bihar. 

Properties of the culprits to be confiscated:

In case of the UPTET exam paper leak, action will be taken against the accused under the UP Gangster Act. CM Yogi said, by registering a case against the culprits under the Gangster Act, their property will also be confiscated. The UP government has decided not to charge the travel fare from the candidates. Contenders can reach the examination center by showing the admit card, no money will be charged from them. Action will also be taken against Rasuka.

23 people arrested yet:

UP Police's ADG (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said, "We have arrested 23 people from different areas of Uttar Pradesh so far and have received photocopies of the exam papers from them. The exam will be re-conducted within a month. ADG (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said, some of the people who have been caught are from Bihar, the investigation is going on. No money will be charged from the candidates for transportation. Children can reach the examination center by showing the admit card, no money will be charged from them.

What CM Yogi said?

  • The state government is standing with the candidates of UPTET.

  • Re-examination will be conducted in a transparent manner within a month.

  • No additional fee will be charged from any candidate.

  • Free travel facility in UPSRT buses will be given to the candidates appearing for the examination.

  • Those who play with the future of our young sisters and brothers will not be spared at any cost.

  • The people responsible for the inconvenience caused to all of you will definitely be punished.

  • Your government is determined to conduct the examination in a fair and transparent manner.


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