Police board warns against job ‘influencers’
Dimapur, Oct. 28 (EMN): The Recruitment Board for Nagaland, Delhi Police, has cautioned candidates against falling prey to people who project their selves to be able to influence the recruitment process. A press release on Sunday from additional DCP BL Suresh, chairman of the recruitment board, stated that the recruitment to Delhi police was “absolutely fair, transparent and based on merit.”
“Instances have come to the notice that during recruitment by the various police forces in the country, some people try to project that they can use their influence to fix the recruitment. The modus operandi of such conmen is to accept money from some gullible candidates on the pretext that they shall be able to use their influence to get them selected,” the press release read.
“However, no individual or organization is in a position to exert any such influence on the recruitment process of Delhi police.”
The members of the public and candidates are warned not to be misled and cheated by ‘such cheats.’ Strict legal action shall be initiated against any ‘such cheats,’ the board stated. “The Delhi police recruitment process is absolutely fair, transparent and based on merit.”
The public as well as candidates are advised that if they have any information about ‘such cheats,’ they may give the information to the commandant of the NAPTC, at Chumukedima in Dimapur in Nagaland using the phone numbers 03862-240621; or the director and DIGP for Vigilance Commission, Nagaland at 0370-2271446; or the chairman of the Recruitment Board, Nagaland, Delhi police, at 8750870303.
The information shall be kept strictly confidential and the informant shall also be suitably rewarded, the board stated.