Ranchi: A big revelation has come to light in the JSSC CGL exam paper leak case. Police investigation has revealed that a large network of government officials, coaching operators and businessmen from Ranchi to Patna were active in this paper leak scandal.
Police investigation has revealed that the arrested Jharkhand Assembly under Secretary Mohd. Shamim and his two sons had provided papers to six candidates for Rs 27-30 lakh before the examination. On Tuesday, Jharkhand Assembly under Secretary Mohammed Shamim and his two sons Shahzada and Shahnawaz, arrested in the JSSC paper leak case, were produced in Ranchi Civil Court.
From where the court has sent all three to jail in judicial custody for 14 days. All three were arrested from Nagdi police station area on Sunday. The involvement of Bihar Assembly employee Mohammad Rizwan has also come to light in the JSSC CGL exam paper leak case.
Rizwan is the son-in-law of the arrested under secretary. To arrest him, the SIT team raided his house in Anisabad, Patna, but he was found absconding. Police said that first Mohd. Shamim denied his involvement in the paper leak scandal. But as the evidence was presented, he kept spilling the beans.
Mo. Shamim told that dealings were done with six candidates in the JSSC paper leak case. The deal was finalized for Rs 27 to 30 lakhs. The examination of two candidates was held on 28th. Both of them were sent to Patna two days before the examination. Mohd in Patna. Shamim’s son-in-law Rizwan had made arrangements for his stay. Both of them were reminded of the answers before the exam. After this he was released to the centre.
The centre of one candidate was in Dhanbad and that of the other in Ranchi. The accused arrested in the paper leak case have also told the police the names and addresses of the two candidates who appeared in the 2018 examination. Police are busy searching for both of them.
The SIT team will interrogate the employees of the examination conducting agency Satwant Info Private Limited in the JSSC paper leak scandal. The police is trying to find out whether the personnel and officers of the examination conducting agency are also involved in this scandal.
The paper of JSSC-CGL examination conducted by Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission on January 28 was leaked. After the question paper and answers went viral, the Commission had earlier cancelled the third paper i.e. General Knowledge examination. But after the uproar by the students, the Commission cancelled the examination of all three papers. The examination to be held on 4th February was also postponed.
Through this examination, appointments were to be made on 2025 posts in various departments of the state government. Six and a half lakh candidates have applied for this.