It is suspected that the question paper of the internal examination (pre-SAT) to be taken by the Nepal Police to go to the UN peace mission has been leaked. The Police Headquarters has started an investigation on the suspicion that the question paper was leaked. Police spokesperson (SSP) Vasant Kunwar told the media that the UN branch of the police headquarters had started an investigation. Kunwar said, “Investigation is being carried out on the basis of suspicion.”
The examination was conducted at the Police Headquarters and seven State Police Offices. A total of 2,400 candidates ranking from Jawan to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) participated in the examination. The examination was coordinated by the UN branch of the police headquarters. Police spokesperson Kunwar said that another question paper was prepared and the examination was delayed by One and a half hours.
Inspector-General of Police Shailesh Thapa Chhetri has handed over the responsibility of investigation to the branch staff who prepared the question papers and took the exam. “There is a suspicion of a clean investigation,” a police officer who took part in the test told press. “Question papers were leaked from the UN branch.
The head of the UN branch is SP Anupam Shamsher Jabra. Employees who have passed the pre-SAT must pass the SAT exam again to go on the UNPOL mission.