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69,000 Teacher Recruitment in UP Put on Hold

Teacher Recruitment Scam

The National Backward Commission has banned the continued recruitment of 69,000 assistant teachers posts in primary schools in Uttar Pradesh. The Commission has expressed its displeasure over the absence of any officer for hearing on Tuesday. Along with this, the Commission has banned recruitment till the completion of the investigation of the case.

The Deputy Chairman of the Commission Dr. Lokesh Kumar Prajapati, who is hearing the complaints of irregularities in reservation policy in the recruitment of 69 thousand teachers, has written a letter in very harsh language. It said that according to the Commission till now neither action was taken nor report was sent.

This shows that you have no respect for the Commission. This is similar to professional negligence and unfair treatment of the Commission as malpractice. In this case, the complainant has told the commission that the recruitment process of teachers is going on continuously.

It is difficult to compensate for the loss of thousands of complainants in future. Along with this, Prajapati put a stay on keeping the situation unchanged and taking any action till the investigation is complete.

The Commission had issued a notice on June 3 to the UP government on the complaints received in this regard and asked to reply within a week. On June 15, when the reply was not received within the stipulated time, a reminder was given three more days to respond.

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