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87 selected SI/Jemadar withheld following enquiry report

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Imphal, July 4: A total of 87 candidates whose name has been declared selected in the direct recruitment of Sub-Inspectors and Jemadar has been withheld following the enquiry report submitted by T. Pachuau, IPS, ADGP (Home Guard).

An official source from the state Home Department said that among the 80 candidates who were declared selected to the mentioned post by the then authority when Y. Joykumar was the DGP, 59 candidates were found to be overage. The source also discloses the name of the candidates who are overage and a copy of it is with the Imphal Times.

The enquiry commission was instituted following allegations by various candidates about the probable misappropriation during the selection process of the direct recruitment. The Home Ministry source further stated that 6 (six) candidates who were declared selected for recruitment to the post were found to have been dubbed themselves as OBC candidates when they belongs to the General category.

Interestingly, another 11 candidates among the 87 candidates declared selected were found to have been applying under the sports quotas. However, during the enquiry it has been found that the certificates that the 11 candidates were using were forge. The certificate they produced were not approved by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sport (YAS) and not found in the YAS records.

The source said that date of birth of a candidate identified as Mongjam Amarjit Singh has been found tampered and the educational certificates of another candidate identified as Bishwo Luwang were found to be faked. Another candidate identified as Mayengbam Arun Singh was found to have been changed to OBC from SC besides changing his height 5’2″ to 5’3″.

The source further said that among the 87 candidate 4 candidates were found to have been selected without attending the Viva-voce and another four candidates were using certificate of physical impairment even though they were not medically confirmed.


IMAGE SOURCE: Kangla Online

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