New Delhi, May 26: It has come to the attention of the union Public Service Commission (UPSC) that two persons are fraudulently claiming that UPSC has made final recommendations against two roll numbers of genuinely recommended candidates in the Civil Services Examination, 2022. The claims of both individuals are false. They forged documents in their favour to prove their claims.
The UPSC issued a statement on Friday saying that both Ayesha Makrani and Tushar acted contrary to the examination rules. The UPSC is contemplating criminal and disciplinary action against both candidates for their fraudulent acts.
Ayesha Makrani appeared for the preliminary examination on June 5, 2022, but could not clear it. Due to failure in the preliminary examination stage itself, she could not proceed to the next stages of the examination.
Despite this, she is claiming her final recommendation. On the other hand, Ayesha Fathima d/o Naziruddin, whose roll number is 7811744, is the genuine candidate who has been recommended by UPSC to secure the 184th rank in the final result of the Civil Services Examination, 2022.
Similarly, in the case of Tushar, it is also found that Tushar s/o Brijmohan from Rewari, Haryana, also failed to clear the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2022. Due to failure in the preliminary examination stage itself, he could not proceed to the next stage of examination. On the other hand, Tushar Kumar, s/o Ashwini Kumar Singh, from Bihar, Roll No. 1521306, is the actual candidate recommended by UPSC at 44th rank.
Both Ayesha Makrani and Tushar violated the provisions of the Civil Services Examination, 2022 Rules, notified by the Government of India (Department of Personnel and Training). Therefore, as per the provisions of the Examination Rules, UPSC is considering criminal and disciplinary punitive action against both candidates for their fraudulent acts.