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At the government-run Deen Dayal Upadhyay, 12 people were allegedly found to have forged their caste certificates while seeking appointment at the hospital.

 

These men were appointed in 2012. The matter was exposed a month ago after an RTI was filed in the sub-district magistrate’s office from where the caste certificates were issued.

 

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      I wish to know,
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      F. No.CIC/MA/A/2006/00588


       

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      Name of the Appellant : Sh. Sharabh Dubey, 11/7 Civil Lines, Kanpur –208 001. (U.P.)
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