Fake Certificates for Postal Jobs in Sambalpur

FIR logged by sambalpur division postal superintendent for fake certificate

Sambalpur Division Postal superintendent filed an FIR against siz aspirants at Town police station for submission of forged educational certificates to secure ‘Gramin Dak Sevak’ postal jobs.

After Bolangir, allegations of submission of fake certificates by aspirants to secure postal jobs have now been reported from Sambalpur district. The matter came to light after a complaint was filed by Sambalpur Division Postal Superintendent against six aspirants at the Town Police station.

Police have started an investigation into the incident. The six aspirants are reportedly from Bargarh, Bhadrak, Jagatsinghpur, Kalahandi, and Deogarh districts.

As per initial reports, all six aspirants have submitted certificates from some educational institutes in Uttar Pradesh. All of them had applied for Gramin Dak Sevak posts.

It is pertinent to mention here that similar allegations of submission of fake certificates to secure jobs have been reported from Bolangir, Kalahandi, Nuapada, Kandhamal, and Kendrapara districts.

Meanwhile, in the Bolangir fake certificate racket case, the remand period of the four accused- Manoj Mishra, Alok Udgata, Tribihari Panda, and Paresh is ending today. The investigating agency, the Crime Branch, will produce all of them in court today.

On Friday, the Crime Branch had attached the property of prime accused Manoj Mishra.

In the latest development in the Bolangir fake certificate case, one of the accused Alok Udgata has been admitted to the ICU of Bhima Bhoi Medical College and Hospital.

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