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15 fake candidates attending NTS test for police recruitment sent to jail

15 fake candidates attending NTS test for police recruitment sent to jail
March 17, 2017

SWAT, 17 March: Fifteen fake candidates attending the National Testing Service (NTS) test for recruitment in police department for Swat were sent to jail on Thursday.

Police said the test for recruitment of constables was organised by the NTS at Working Folks Grammar School and Technical College Panr. Fifteen candidates in the test were found to be fake as they were attending the paper for other candidates. The NTS officials had made their videos during the test and concluded after inquiry that these candidates were fake and an FIR was lodged against them.

The arrested fake candidates had applied for anticipatory bail at a local court on Thursday, which was rejected and they were sent to jail for 15 days.

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