Aspirants gets sack after they got jobs with fake documents
Fake certificates submitted in support of fake documents led the six aspirants from Bargarh, Bhadrak, Jagatsinghpur, Kalahandi, and Deogarh district dismissal from government job.
The fake certificates was submitted by aspirants to secure postal jobs are reported from Sambalpur district. Sambalpur Town Police has registered a case based on the complaint filed by the Postal department superintendent.
As per the sources, recently Sambalpur postal department had come up with an advertisement for recruitment for 96 posts. The candidates, against whom the complaint has been lodged, had furnished documents that showed that they had studied in Hindi medium board in Uttar Pradesh. But interestingly they mentioned that they had also studied Odia as a subject. This raised the suspicion of postal authorities and a police complaint was lodged against them.
To get into the job a total of 32 candidates had been chosen for appointment as Branch Postmaster and Assistant Branch Postmaster, out of which 23 certificates were found to be fake ones during scrutiny. Following this, an FIR was lodged at the Jeypor police station on behalf of the postal department.
Working on the complain a team of Jeypore police conducted investigation and arrested four persons.
Process of investigation is still on to get more fake certificates aspirants out of the job.