Teacher recruitment exam nixed over paper leak in UP
The Morning Standard|November 29, 2021
Yogi says NSA to be invoked against culprits; re-exam in a month

NEARLY 20 lakh candidates appearing for Uttar Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test (UPTET) on Sunday were in for a shock as the exam was canceled shortly before it was to begin after a question paper was leaked.

The UP government said 26 persons had been arrested in this connection. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the National Security Act and Gangster Act would be invoked against those involved.

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