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Chhattisgarh government seeks to crack down on employees with false certificates

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The Chhattisgarh government has started a process to fire government officials, who allegedly obtained their jobs based on false caste certificates.

The state’s department of general administration said a high-level panel set up to investigate the matter presented a report last week, highlighting 926 cases of false caste certificates between 2000 and 2020.

“Of these 926 cases, 659 cases were resolved after investigation, and in the remaining 267 cases, the certificates were found false between 2000 and 2020. In the past two years, 75 cases were determined to be false,” the panel said. . in your report.

The general secretary of the administration department, DD Singh, said that they have the list of officials, that they obtained their jobs on the basis of false certificates, and that actions have been taken in these cases.

“We have started a review of these cases and action will be taken,” Singh said.

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