18 thousand demands for appointment in forest department ramnagar nanital

18 thousand demands for appointment in forest department

Ramnagar (Nainital). To recover the huge amount from the unemployed youth, the thugs have now sent fake letters about appointment to the post of janitor in the forest department.

There is a demand of Rs 18,000 in the form of security for giving job. It has also been said that salary of Rs. 26.5 thousand has been given in the appointment letter. City resident contractor Manoj Tiwari received an appointment letter from Speed ​​Post, In which by 2045 he has been selected to be a permanent custodian in Forest Department.

They asked him to deposit Rs. 18 thousand

He has been asked to deposit Rs. 18 thousand in the form of security to join the recruitment process. Who claimed to be back at the time of retirement. Tiwari says that he neither has applied for any recruitment nor has he given any examination of this post.

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18 thousand demands for appointment in forest department

They say that they were skeptical when the appointment of a union government employee in Uttarakhand forest department and related letter was issued from the Chief Forest Department, Chandigarh.

Rs. 25 thousand for joining the appointment process

Similarly, the letters of fake appointment in the Indian intelligence department were also sent to the youth, which included demand for Rs. 25 thousand for joining the appointment process and was forbidden to tell anyone.

Kotwal Vikram Rathore said that the appointment letter is a complete fake letter, Do not panic any such letters and give the information immediately in the Kotwali.

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Dr Parag Madhukar Dhatate, forest conservator of forest department Haldwani said that the post of the janitor in the department has come to an end. The matter will be investigated.

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