Spreading false news of passing IAS exam, took respect in the hands of CM, read details

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  • On the basis of this false information of success, honored at more than a dozen places
  • Jharkhand government had held a congratulation ceremony
  • Joined the state function, then got to know the information

Jharkhand News: It is very difficult to crack IAS exam. For this, the participant has to work very hard and continuously. But if the IAS is someone else and the honor goes to someone else in his name, that too in the hands of the Chief Minister of the state, then what would you call it. The same has happened in Jharkhand. One such case has come to the fore here. In fact, a youth resident of Palamu, Jharkhand, spread the fake news of being successful in the UPSC Civil Services Examination all over the state. On the basis of this false information of success, he was honored at more than a dozen places.

Jharkhand government had held a congratulation ceremony

On Wednesday, he received the honor at the hands of Chief Minister Hemant Soren in the felicitation ceremony of the successful candidates of UPSC organized by the Jharkhand government and also attended the dinner with him. Now it has been revealed that this youth named Kumar Saurabh alias Saurabh Pandey, taking the wrong advantage of being the namesake of a successful candidate of UP, had spread confusion from the society to the government for the last two months.

Joined the state function, then got to know the information

Kumar Saurabh of UP has secured 357th rank in the list of successful candidates in UPSC 2021 examination. He got information from somewhere that a youth has been honored in his name in a state function in Jharkhand. Then the truth of the matter came out.

Spreading false news of being successful

In fact, Saurabh Pandey, a resident of Pandu block of Palamu, was also preparing for UPSC, but he could not succeed. When the result came on May 30, he spread the news of his success. He had also shared his photo with a suit tie near the UPSC headquarters in many places.

Spreading the illusion of getting ready again by saying that the rank is not good

In fact, Saurabh Pandey had been telling many people in the society for the last few days that his rank did not come right. Because of this, this time the job will not join. He is preparing again and is trying his best to get a good rank next time. When media personnel asked Saurabh for information about his UPSC passing and his admit card, he accepted that he failed in the exam. On leaving, he had spread the false news of his passing for social prestige. The Jharkhand government had also honored him on the basis of the report published in the media.

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