News

CBCID Summons 39 for Investigation in the VAO Exam Malpractice Case
CBCID Summon 39 in VAO Exam Malpractice
Tamil Nadu

CBCID Summons 39 for Investigation in the VAO Exam Malpractice Case

CBCID police are alleged to have issued summons to 39 persons regarding recent the TNPSC  frauds. Two associate directors of the school education department, 35 TNPSC employees, and two agents are the 39 persons. Also, information is that each will be questioned for ten days, and action will be taken accordingly.
More than 50 persons were arrested regarding TNPSC Group 4 exams conducted in 2019, Group 2 exams conducted in 2017, and VAO exams. Of all the accused, only one clerk Om Gandan was from the TNPSC department. And another clerical staff from the education department. All other remaining nearly 50 persons were either brokers, candidates, or others.
After nearly two months now, it is alleged that summons has been issued to 35 TNPSC staff and two associate directors of the school education department. And the remaining two are again agents. And also, the information states that each of them will be questioned for ten days, and only after asking all these 39 persons that could take more than a year of 390 days a conclusion will come to the TNPSC frauds.
Meanwhile, only those in Group 4 who were selected fraudulently were canceled, and eligible candidates who studied hard for years were called for counseling for the government jobs. But for the Group 2 except for a few arrests of Sithandi family who got the job fraudulently in the exam, all other 30 +  fraudulently selected candidates are still in the government jobs.
The eligible candidates who were to get their jobs will have to wait a long time are the opinion of the observers of the TNPSC fraud.

Related posts