CM Yogi strict on UP-TET exam case, will confiscate the property of paper leakers

Lucknow: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, the country's largest state, is stern on the UPTET test paper leak issue. Action would be pursued under the Gangster Act against those who leak UPTET papers, according to Chief Minister Yogi. Their possessions will be seized as well. Tell me, the UPTET test was supposed to take place today (Sunday), but the exam paper was leaked beforehand. The UPTET paper soon went viral via WhatsApp, prompting the cancellation of the UP TET test. The UP TET test was expected to attract over 21 lakh participants.

Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, posted in a tweet, "The gang that leaked the UPTET paper has been ordered to be apprehended. The culprits are being identified and swift action is being taken. The offenders' property will be seized and they will be charged under the Gangster Act. CM Yogi stated in another tweet, "Those who jeopardise the future of our young sisters and brothers will be held accountable at all costs. Those who are responsible for the inconvenience you have all experienced will be severely punished. Your government is committed to conducting the investigation in an orderly and open manner.'

Chief Minister Yogi wrote in the next tweet that the state government stands with the candidates of UPTET. The examination will be conducted again in a transparent manner within 1 month. No additional fee will be charged from any candidate. Candidates appearing for the examination will be provided free travel facility in government buses for commuting.

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