The Punjab Public Service Fee (PPSC) leaked examination paper case has compromised the credibility of its appointments made on a minimum of twelve key posts.
The arrested suspects confessed that they’d leaked twelve papers, and this revelation has made the recruitments of the candidates for eight posts of inspectors within the Anti-Corruption Division (ACD) and the hiring for the publish of Assistant Director (AD) doubtful.
Reportedly, those that had topped the examinations for the posts of inspectors had used unfair means, which additionally renders their appointments questionable.
The opposite toppers, particularly Kamran Haneef and Jahanzaib, had additionally purchased the examination papers beforehand, and it has been claimed that every candidate had paid Rs. 0.5 million to the sources.
The PPSC had introduced the examination outcomes for the publish of the Assistant Director within the ACD on 26 September 2020, and the outcomes for the posts of inspectors within the ACD had been introduced on 7 September 2020. The listing of the profitable candidates had been despatched to the federal government on 7 December 2020.