JKPSI Recruitment Scam: CBI arrests 4 people including J&K Police and CRPF personnel

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New Delhi:

Taking action in the Jammu and Kashmir Sub Inspector Recruitment scam, the CBI has arrested four people including Jammu and Kashmir Police and CRPM personnel. The officer gave information about this. Those arrested include the then assistant sub-inspector of Jammu and Kashmir Police, 160th battalion constable of CRPF, packing in-charge of a private company’s printing press and another person from Karnal.

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In this case, the CBI has so far arrested 13 accused including two constables of J&K Police, a CRPF officer, a former CRPF constable, a teacher of J&K government, a commandant of BSF and an ASI of J&K Police. is arrested.

Those arrested in the recent action have been identified as ASI Ashok Kumar, CRPF constable Surendra Singh, Pradeep Kumar and Bajinder Singh. During investigation, it was found that the packing in-charge of the printing press had allegedly stolen the question papers of J&K Sub Inspector Recruitment Examination. Then it was printed and packed and sold to the accused (resident Rewari). The said accused has already been arrested.

It was further alleged that the accused residing in Haryana had contacted other touts based in Jammu and Kashmir to woo the candidates for the sale of the leaked question paper. The brokers from Jammu and Kashmir allegedly took the candidates from Jammu to Karnal (Haryana) a day before the exam. It was also alleged that vehicles were arranged by the said ASI to take the candidates to Karnal.

It was further alleged that the accused resident of Karnal arranged a hotel in Karnal to provide leaked question papers to the candidates. The said CRPF constable allegedly provided leaked question papers to some candidates. The arrested accused were produced in the court of CJM, Jammu on Monday.

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