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Graft alleged in DIPR recruitment

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GUWAHATI, March 10 - The Anti Corruption Youth-Power, Assam, today filed a complaint with the Dispur Police Station alleging corruption in the recent recruitment drive carried out by the State government in the Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR).

According to the complaint, the department conducted a written examination to recruit candidates against various vacant posts on March 3 and the list of selected candidates were sent for publishing to various newspapers of the State by the evening of March 4.

The complaint, filed by the organisation�s secretary Shyamanta Das, alleged that corruption took place in selecting those candidates among 30,000 applicants within less than 24 hours.

In the complaint, the organisation mentioned the name of Rajib Prakash Baruah, officer on special duty in the department, and the private firm that conducted the recruitment examination on behalf of the department with a contract worth Rs 26 lakh.

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Graft alleged in DIPR recruitment

GUWAHATI, March 10 - The Anti Corruption Youth-Power, Assam, today filed a complaint with the Dispur Police Station alleging corruption in the recent recruitment drive carried out by the State government in the Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR).

According to the complaint, the department conducted a written examination to recruit candidates against various vacant posts on March 3 and the list of selected candidates were sent for publishing to various newspapers of the State by the evening of March 4.

The complaint, filed by the organisation�s secretary Shyamanta Das, alleged that corruption took place in selecting those candidates among 30,000 applicants within less than 24 hours.

In the complaint, the organisation mentioned the name of Rajib Prakash Baruah, officer on special duty in the department, and the private firm that conducted the recruitment examination on behalf of the department with a contract worth Rs 26 lakh.