Strictest Action to be Taken Against Those Involved in Bihar Police Constable Exam 2023 Paper Leak Case

Patna, Bihar – In a determined effort to bring those responsible for the Bihar Police Constable Exam 2023 recruitment paper leak to justice, the Economic Offenses Unit of Bihar has initiated comprehensive measures.

A dedicated special research team has been constituted to delve deeper into the case, ensuring that strict action is taken against all individuals involved in the irregularities and malpractices surrounding the examination.

This development comes as a result of a widespread investigation into the alleged paper leak, which has sent shockwaves across the state. As of now, a staggering 67 First Information Reports (FIRs) have been filed in connection with this case across 21 districts of Bihar.

This concerted effort to root out corruption and maintain the integrity of the examination process has led to the arrest of 148 individuals who were found to be complicit in these unlawful activities.

Addressing the media on this significant development, the Additional Director General of Police (Economic Offenses Unit) for Bihar, Shri Nayyar Hasnain Khan, stated that the investigation was in full swing, and the authorities were determined to ensure justice was served.

He further emphasized the importance of cooperation from the public in identifying any irregularities related to the examination. In response to the paper leak crisis, the authorities have taken the precautionary measure of postponing the scheduled examinations, originally slated for October 7 and 15.

The Bihar Police has urged citizens to come forward with any information or evidence related to the paper leak and other irregularities in the examination process. Concerned individuals can promptly report any such information by calling the dedicated landline number at 0612 – 2216236 or by sending an email to [email protected].

The authorities have assured the public that they are committed to maintaining the sanctity of the recruitment process and that those found guilty of involvement in the paper leak will face the strictest legal consequences. The investigation is ongoing, and further developments in this case will be closely monitored.


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