CRPF withdraws Narendra Modi’s admit card


LUCKNOW: The application for the recruitment to the post of head constable in the name of 'Narendra Modi' with his photograph have been received by Central Reserve Police Force have (CRPF) on Friday.

“The irregularity was detected in time and the application was rejected”, officials claimed.

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The officials could not able to clarify that how an admit card was issued against the application and the same was available on the CRPF's website till late on Thursday evening.

 It was inhibited when newspaper TOI showcased a news report about the admit card fiasco in the July 21 edition.

"The application in question was detected and cancelled and none one appeared for the scrutiny of documents against the particular roll number when the screening was held on July 15," said deputy inspector general, CRPF Group Center at Rampur, Praveen Kumar.

"We had informed our headquarters about the irregularity as well," the DIG added.

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“The application was the handiwork of some mischievous element, there was no information on if the central para military was contemplating filing an FIR against the individual responsible for the malicious act.” CRPF confirmed.