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A constable posted in Chitrakoot was caught appearing in place of his brother in the online examination for Head Operator in the Radio Department of UP Police. Kakadev police brought the constable to the police station. A case was registered against him. He was granted bail from the police station. A report against the constable will be prepared and sent to the officers posted in Chitrakoot. Asan Singh Kushwaha, resident of Karrahaya village of Maudaha police station area of ​​Hamirpur district, is a constable in the police line located in Chitrakoot. On January 31, 2024, the examination for the post of Computer Head Operator in Radio Cadre was conducted by the Police Department.

Asan’s brother Anup Singh Kushwaha had also applied. Its center was located in The Learning Space Online Test Center of Kakadev police station area. His examination was to be held in the evening shift between 3 to 5:30 pm. But instead of Anoop, his elder brother Asan reached the center to take the exam. When the details were not found during biometric verification, the room inspector considered the case suspicious and caught Asan. When interrogated thoroughly, Asan told that he had come to take the exam in place of his younger brother Anup. On the complaint of Inspector Sehroz Anwar posted at Headquarters Police Commissionerate, an FIR has been registered against constable Asan Singh Kushwaha and his brother Anoop Singh Kushwaha at Kakadev police station under sections 6 and 10 of the Uttar Pradesh Public Examination Act and fraud.

Online tracking was being done from Delhi
According to Inspector Kakadev Manvendra Singh, a Delhi company is organizing the examination. When biometric verification took place. So its online tracking was happening from Delhi. Information came from there that the biometric verification of the candidate had failed. The constable has been arrested and granted bail from the police station because the sections provide for punishment of less than seven years. He said that a report is being prepared against the constable which will be sent to Chitrakoot through senior officials.