Cheating against 69 people, including 50 employees of the Maharashtra government, was reported on Sunday for allegedly obtaining false certificates.
New Delhi,UPDATED: November 14, 2022 00:02 IST
Fraud was reported on Sunday against 69 people (image representative)
By Press Trust of India: A case of cheating was registered on Sunday against 69 people, including 50 employees of the Maharashtra government, for allegedly obtaining false certificates for the position of the multifunctional health worker in the health department of Beed Zilla Parishad, police said.
Of the 69 people, 19 are waiting for a job, while some have moved the court for various reasons, an official said.
“A total of 69 candidates who qualified for the statewide multi-function health worker (MPW) recruitment test for the fever management program had reportedly obtained false seasonal spray certificates. A commission of inquiry had investigated the matter,” the official added.
There is a reservation for the MPW post in the health department for those who have obtained a seasonal spraying certificate. The fake certificates were distributed from April 24, 2017 to February 13, 2020. The certificate was issued with the signature of the then health official of the Beed district, he said, adding that the signatory official can also get under the scanner.
A complaint was made to the Beed Police Department on Sunday by Gyandev Karwar, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in the office of the deputy director of the health department, Latur.
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