The CBI has named 24 people as accused, including a BSF commandant, six CRPF personnel, an assistant sub-inspector of police, three police personnel, a former CRPF personnel and a teacher.
The CBI on Saturday presented the first charge sheet in a special court in the Jammu and Kashmir Police Department sub-inspector recruitment (JKPSI) scam after raiding 77 locations and arresting 20 accused.
The CBI has named 24 people as accused, including the BSF commandant, six CRPF personnel, a police assistant sub-inspector.
The investigating agency has made witnesses of 100 people. The role of officers of the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) may also be put on hold. On this basis the officers can be arrested. The investigation on this angle is going on right now.
The CBI after registering the case on August 3, 2022, made connections on a total of 77 ties including J&K, Haryana, Delhi, Bangalore, homes of JKSSB officers. During this 20 unique identifiers were arrested. 61.79 lakh rupees were also recovered along with important evidences.
A case was registered on August 3, 2022, on complaints of rigging in the Police SI recruitment exam. JKSSB conducted the exam on 27 March 2022 for the recruitment of 1200 posts of SI in Police Department. Result declared on 4th June 2022.
In the CBI investigation, the first tip of the conspiracy came to the fore in the form of Yatin Yadav of Rewari. Yatin, along with other accused, used the recruitment test as a means to earn huge sums of money in one stroke. To carry out this conspiracy, Pradeep Kumar, an employee of KVR Infosys Pvt Ltd.
Yatin contacted Anil Kumar, Surendra Singh, Bajinder Singh as soon as he got the paper and asked them to make arrangements for the paper buyers. Surendra Singh prepared Akshay Kumar through Kashmir Singh and Ashish Yadav called Mukhtar Ahmed to buy the paper.
Both were candidates, who were called and handed over the paper in Rewari. After this another person Anil Kumar contacted Ashwani Kumar and Pawan and asked them to bring more candidates to buy the paper.