'Web Curfew' removed in Rajasthan after the loss of crores

As a measure to stop cheating during the Constable Recruitment Examination in Rajasthan, the ''web curfew'' imposed for 10 hours by the police chief for two days, after allegedly causing a loss of crores of rupees, finally ended at 6 pm on Sunday. done. Despite the trouble in business and the common people, Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria patted the back of the state police chief. He said that the police has done great intelligence. 
 
"In order to prevent duplication in the examination, the police closed the net from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm. During this time, in the state, reported a transaction of more than 600 crores was affected and a business loss of more than Rs. 50 crores were made. 15 lakh candidates from the NAT captive were left out of wasted time. If there was a copy, the examination could have been cancelled. The aim of the detention was to prevent rigging in the examination." tweeted Gulab Chand Kataria (Home Minister, Rajasthan)
 
The metals and suspected things of male candidates were removed during the examination then long-sleeved garments of girls were cut from the elbow above the elbows. Not only this, bangles, bracelets, sardine, ribbons, shoes-socks, hair clips, rubber, earrings, earrings and mangal formula were removed. 
 
Thousands of candidates were forced to travel on the rooftops of buses and trains on both days of the examination. More than six duplicates have been reported during the examination. With the shutting down of the net, people could not order food in addition to hotel or taxi bookings, including online electricity bills.
 
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