CBI arrests ASI, CRPF constable and two others in J&Ok sub-inspector recruitment rip-off case
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Monday arrested four persons, in conjunction with an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of Jammu and Kashmir Police and a Central Reserve Police Power (CRPF) constable, in a case related to the Jammu and Kashmir Police sub-inspector (JKPSI) recruitment rip-off.
“The arrested persons had been identified as Ashok Kumar, an ASI in J&Ok Police, Surender Singh, a CRPF constable, and two others named Pradeep Kumar and Bajinder Singh,” a CBI spokesperson said.
The CBI has up to now arrested 13 persons, in conjunction with two constables of the Jammu and Kashmir Police, one CRPF reliable, a passe CRPF constable, one Jammu and Kashmir government trainer, one commandant of BSF, and an ASI of the assert police. “It was as soon as came all over for the length of the investigation that the packing in-charge at the printing press the place papers had been getting printed allegedly stole the seek recordsdata from paper for the recruitment examination and offered the an comparable to an accused, a resident of Rewari, who was as soon as arrested earlier,” the spokesperson said.
“It was as soon as extra alleged that the accused basically based fully mostly in Haryana contacted the other touts, basically based fully mostly in Jammu and Kashmir, to solicit candidates for the sale of the leaked seek recordsdata from papers. The touts of Jammu and Kashmir allegedly took the candidates from Jammu to Karnal in Haryana, one day earlier than the examination. The aforementioned ASI reportedly arranged automobiles for transporting the candidates to Karnal. It was as soon as extra alleged that the Karnal-basically based fully mostly accused arranged a hotel for handing over the leaked seek recordsdata from papers to the candidates. The CRPF constable allegedly supplied leaked seek recordsdata from papers to sure candidates. The arrested persons had been produced earlier than the court docket of the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) in Jammu on Monday,” the spokesperson added.
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