The Gujarat government is taking swift action to address the problem of exam papers leaking in government recruitment exams. In response to the recent Junior Clerk exam paper leak, the government is introducing a new law to curb such incidents in the future.
Cabinet Minister Rushikesh Patel announced in a press conference that the details of the new bill will be revealed in the upcoming Budget session of the Gujarat Assembly. The law will provide for strict action against those who leak exam papers.
The Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has already launched an investigation into the recent paper leak and arrested 15 suspects. The opposition and various student organisations are calling for harsh punishment for those suspected of leaking papers.
The new law is expected to pass in the upcoming assembly session and will provide a solution to the ongoing issue of exam paper leaks in the state. The government’s swift action to address the problem has been praised by citizens who believe in fair and transparent recruitment processes.
The Gujarat government’s efforts to enact this new law sends a strong message that such incidents will not be tolerated and strict measures will be taken to ensure the fairness of government recruitment exams.
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