Rajasthan Forest Guard recruitment exam canceled after paper leak, 9 arrested

After the issue of paper leak in the Rajasthan Forest Guard recruitment exam, the exam has been cancelled. Rajasthan Police has arrested 09 accused by busting the gang involved in leaking the question paper of Forest Guard Recruitment Examination in Jasmand. This exam is conducted by the Rajasthan Subordinate Ministerial Staff Selection Board i.e. RSMSSB was organized by. The Saturday evening shift paper of 12 November 2022 has been cancelled.

The recruitment examination for the post of Forest Guard in Rajasthan was to be held on November 06, November 12 and November 13. On November 12, this exam was conducted in two shifts. The incident of paper leak came to the fore during the evening shift examination. Let us tell you that in the year 2020, 2399 posts of Forest Guard were released by RSMSSB.

What is the whole matter?

The Rajasthan Subordinate Ministerial Staff Selection Board had conducted the examination in two shifts on Saturday. On Saturday, the second shift exam was conducted from 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM. Earlier, Rajsamand Police had received a tip-off from the Special Operation Group about the suspected paper leak. After this, an accused working in an electricity department was taken into custody.

Rajsamand Superintendent of Police Sudhir Chaudhary said that the police arrested Deepak Sharma, the accused posted as Technical Assistant in the Electricity Department. Police said that the accused had received the question and its answers on his mobile phone before the paper. The accused revealed during interrogation that he had received questions and answers on WhatsApp from a person named Pawan Saini, a resident of Sawai Madhopur.

Paper sold for 5 lakhs

Rajasthan Police learned that Sharma had received the question paper for Rs five lakh an hour before the exam and forwarded it to two other persons - Jitendra Kumar Saini of Karauli and Hetram Meena of Dausa for Rs six lakh each. A case has been registered against the accused under sections 420 (cheating), 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and other relevant sections of the state's anti-cheating law.

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