Jammu Kashmir Paper Leak: The names of these officers including the PRO of the former Deputy Chief Minister came up in the sub-inspector recruitment scam.

Probationary Sub Inspector Paper Case: Names of big people are appearing in the question paper leak of Probationary Sub Inspector Exam held in Jammu and Kashmir in March 2022. Among these names are former chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board Khalid Jahangir, former controller of Service Selection Board Ashok Kumar, former Deputy CM Tarachand’s PRO Vijay Kumar, Jammu and Kashmir Police DSP K. D. Bhagat included. The wires of the case have reached Haryana, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Bangalore and Karnataka.

Selection grade constable Raman Sharma, constable Keval Krishna, constable Sunil Pangotra, posted in Jammu and Kashmir, are on the CBI’s radar. Some of the touts include CRPF constables Amit Kumar Sharma, Pawan Sharma, Sunil Sharma and teacher Jagdish Kumar. Apart from this, the CBI also suspects Ajay Kumar Aron, a chartered accountant living in Rewari, Haryana. Sources told ABP News that the question paper was leaked from a Jalandhar-based press. Initially this question paper was sold for Rs 15 lakh but later its price was reduced to Rs 10 thousand. In this entire case, 15 people including about eight officials of the Jammu and Kashmir Services Recruitment Board have been identified. Apart from a media person there is also a retired officer of commandant rank in CRPF and a retired personnel from Akhnoor.

What is the whole matter?

Reading in a library in Akhnoor, Jammu. After the remaining 40 candidates cleared the sub-inspector’s written test, the crime branch started the investigation. The crime branch was about to file an FIR by submitting evidence that an inquiry committee headed by Jammu and Kashmir Additional Chief Secretary RK Goyal submitted its report and requested a CBI probe.

J&K Police Organization 97 thousand candidates appeared in the written paper for the recruitment of 1200 people on the post of Sub Inspector. In June this year, about 20 candidates in the election list had brothers or sisters. It was also alleged that 40 candidates were selected from this region. Some relatives also turned out among themselves. The task of conducting the written test and other formalities was entrusted to the Services Recruitment Board. Earlier, the recruitment process for non-gazetted posts in the police organization has been completed by the Police Recruitment Board. The CBI has so far named 35 people in the FIR, starting the investigation into the matter from August 3.

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