Over 1,200 constables were recruited in Himachal Police after retesting following a paper leak.

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The Himachal Pradesh Police has hired over 1,200 additional constables after a retest as a result of a paper leak in March. 1,214 of the 69,405 applicants who took the written test for constable recruitment in the state police on July 3 were chosen, according to a statement released by the police on Saturday. According to the report, 135 of the 1,214 candidates are former service members, including 89 male drivers and 883 men. First held on March 27, the constable recruitment written test had to be postponed due to allegations of a paper leak.

Congratulating the new constables on their recruitment, Director General of Police Sanjay Kundu said they would report to the battalions concerned on September 6 and appointment letters would be issued to them by their respective commandants on September 7.

According to the statement, the fundamental recruit training courses (RTC) for constables will begin on September 12 at various training facilities. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur cancelled the written exam for the constable recruitment that was scheduled for March 27 on May 6 in response to reports of a paper leak. Thakur has previously stated that the Central Bureau of Investigation would look into the situation on May 17. A special investigation team of the state police, which was established on May 6, is still looking into the issue. So far, the CBI has not taken control of the inquiry. At the Gaggal police station, the state CID police station in Bharari, Shimla, and the Arki police station in Solan, three FIRs were filed in the case under the Indian Penal Code. PTI DJI AQS AQS

Mayank Tewari

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