Ahmedabad, Gujarat – In a shocking incident, a paper leak of the Panchayat Seva Mandal junior clerk exam has been reported in Ahmedabad. The Ahmedabad police have launched an investigation and are currently questioning several individuals in connection to the leak.
According to sources, the paper leak occurred just hours before the scheduled examination on January 28th, and the information was circulated through WhatsApp and other social media platforms. As a result, the exam had to be postponed to a later date.
The Panchayat Seva Mandal is a government organization that conducts exams for recruitment of junior clerks and other positions in the Panchayat (village council) service. The exams are highly competitive and attract a large number of candidates from across the state.
The Ahmedabad police have taken swift action in the wake of the paper leak, and have already arrested several individuals suspected of being involved. They have also seized several mobile phones and laptops as evidence.
The incident has caused widespread outrage among candidates who had prepared for the exam, and many are calling for stricter measures to prevent such incidents in the future.
In the meantime, the Ahmedabad police have urged the public to come forward with any information that may assist in their investigation. They have also requested that anyone with knowledge of the paper leak contact them immediately.
The Gujarat government has also announced that they will be taking strict action against those found guilty in this case. The government also assured that the new date for the examination will be announced soon, and alternate arrangements will be made for the candidates to take the exam.
This is a developing story, and we will bring you more updates as they become available.
In other news, Ahmedabad police has also started a food distribution drive for the needy people in the city. The police department has taken this initiative in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The food packets are being distributed to the daily wage workers, street vendors and other economically weaker sections of the society. The police department has also urged people to come forward and support this initiative.
It is commendable to see the Ahmedabad police taking steps to not only maintain law and order but also to support the society in these tough times.