UPPSC RO ARO Paper Leak: STF will investigate into RO/ARO paper leak case in UP, committee formed


UPPSC RO ARO Paper Leak: STF will investigate into RO/ARO paper leak case in UP, committee formed

UPPSC RO ARO Paper Leak Update: Amidst the allegations of paper leak in the preliminary examination of UP Review Officer (RO)/Assistant Review Officer (ARO) 2023, Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission has recommended to get the matter investigated by STF. The examination was conducted on Sunday for 334 posts of Review Officer and 77 posts of Assistant Review Officer for a total of 411 posts at 387 centers in 58 districts of the state.

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Decision to conduct investigation by STF
Commission Secretary Ashok Kumar said that in view of the news published in newspapers regarding RO/ARO (Preliminary) Examination-2023, the Commission has constituted an internal committee to investigate this entire examination. Also, it has been decided to get STF investigated in the matter of RO/ARO (Preliminary) Examination-2023, for which a recommendation has been made to the government.

Allegations of competing students
Competitive students claim that the RO/ARO paper was out only after midnight last Saturday. The answer key of the paper started going viral on WhatsApp groups. Out of 10,76,004 candidates registered for this examination, only 64 percent students appeared.

Demand to cancel RO/ARO exam
Competitive students demonstrated outside Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission in protest against the leaking of RO/ARO papers. Raising slogans like ‘The paper is leaked, the government is absolutely weak’, the angry students burnt the effigy of the Chief Minister. The students demanded that the RO/ARO examination be canceled and conducted again.

Priyanka Gandhi cornered the government in paper leak case
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra wrote on

According to reports, from Inspector recruitment in 2017 to Review Officer recruitment in 2024, papers of almost every competitive examination in UP have been leaked. Should the youth of the state expect justice after the law against paper leaks is passed?

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