- Six candidates came for recruitment with forged documents prepared by two brothers from Rajasthan.
- A complaint has been lodged by a Navy officer of the recruitment process at the Bedi Marine Police Station in Jamnagar.
- Candidates could not speak Gujarati fluently and their domicile certificate was from Gandhinagar.
Recruitment process has been conducted at Navy Training Center INS Valsura at Jamnagar. The certificates submitted by the six candidates who came to participate in the recruitment process held this Wednesday morning were found to be false. Domicile certificates issued by six persons from Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan have been found to be forged. However the whole chapter was exposed when this certificate was verified.
A scandal involving brothers running a private defense academy in Alwar, Rajasthan has come to light. A complaint has been lodged at the Bedi Marine Police Station in Jamnagar by a lieutenant officer of the recruitment process. Recruitment process is conducted by Indian Navy every year. This year, IHQ MOD Delhi announced the recruitment process and invited online applications from candidates across India. On the basis of which, under the recruitment process of Artificer Apprentice and Matric Recruitment at different Navy Training Centers in India, applicants from different states were called at INS Valsura Navy Training Center, Jamnagar on Tuesday. Under which the required certificates of all the candidates were verified at Valsura Recruitment Verification Office from this morning itself.
During this process, the domicile certificates of persons like Santosh Kumar Sardararam Sepat of Rajasthan, Kamlesh Jagdish Saran of Rajasthan, Kirti Dalveer Pal and Gaurav Rajvir Singh Chahar of Uttar Pradesh, Shrikant Sriprem Singh, Chandrakant Ghansingh Kushwah were found at Gandhinagar. As all these candidates did not know Gujarati, the recruitment officer became suspicious. In this regard, all these certificates were found to be bogus.
The certificates were found to have been revoked by Rajendrasingh Yadav, his brother Vimal alias Monu, who runs a private defense academy in Rajasthan. So Local Recruitment Officer Manoj Laxman Singh Bist lodged a complaint against all the persons at Bedi Marine Police Station under Sections 465, 466, 468, 471, 484, 114 of IPC. The six accused were accused of forging Aadhaar cards as well as domicile certificates, forged government documents and coins to participate in naval recruitment. Based on the complaint, the staff of Bedi Marine Police, including PSI RS Vadher, conducted an investigation.