Uttarakhand government on Saturday ordered a vigilance inquiry against six people including top officials in the alleged irregularities in Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UKSSSC) examination.
According to the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO), after the consent of the CM Pushkar orders for vigilance inquiry was issued against six people including former secretary of Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission, Santosh Badoni, former controller of examination Narayan Singh Dangi, three section officers of the commission and the owner of RMS company. Vigilance will register a case against them soon. After the question was raised on several examinations of the selection commission, the government had sought a report from the STF on the role of the commission officials in this matter, in which it came to light that the contract of the exam conducting company RMS Technosolutions ended in October 2019 itself. Despite this, not only the work was taken from the company but the payment was also made. The STF also clarified the role of the officers responsible for this.
On the basis of this report, after taking approval from the CM, the Vigilance Department has issued orders for vigilance inquiry against six people, including the then Secretary of the Commission, the Controller of Examinations.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Dhami on Wednesday said that there should not be any delay in the examinations of the aspirants.
The Chief Minister said that a proposal to ensure the recruitment process from the Service Commission will soon be placed before the cabinet.
“There should be no delay in the examinations of our brothers and sisters, as well as their hope of employment should not turn into despair, for this, pending examinations are organized on the basis of the qualifications of the Subordinate Selection Commission. A proposal will soon be placed before the cabinet regarding ensuring the recruitment process from the Service Commission or other institutions,” he said.
“At present, the recruitment process was to be started on 12,000 posts, in which 7,000 posts of Group C were to be recruited through the Subordinate Selection Commission,” Dhami added.