The biggest action so far in the RPSC paper leak case, the assets of the accused were attached - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, August 22, 2023

The biggest action so far in the RPSC paper leak case, the assets of the accused were attached


The biggest action has been taken so far in the RPSC paper leak case. Explain that the properties of the accused have been attached in the RPSC paper leak case. For information, let us tell you that the attached properties belong to RPSC members Babulal Katara, Suresh Kumar, Suresh Vishnoi, Suresh Dhaka, Bhupendra Saran. If sources are to be believed, the ED may soon arrest Babulal Katara, accused in the paper leak case. Assets worth over Rs 3 crore of a former Rajasthan Public Service Commission member and some alleged agents have been attached as part of a money laundering probe in a teacher recruitment "scam" in the state, the ED said on Monday. .

Assets worth more than Rs 3 crore

Money Laundering Act on August 18 to attach properties of Babulal Katara (former member RPSC), Suresh Kumar alias Suresh Bishnoi, Suresh Dhaka, Bhupendra Saran, Anil Meena alias Sher Singh Meena and others, the probe agency said in a statement. (PMLA) a provisional order has been issued. The total value of the attached assets is Rs 3.11 crore. The agency has not specified the specific value of each accused's property. The probe pertains to the alleged leak of question paper of General Knowledge subject for Senior Teacher Grade-II Recruitment, 2022, which was to be conducted by RPSC on December 21, 22 and 24 that year at various places in Rajasthan.

8-10 lakh rupees were taken from the candidate

The ED said Katara "leaked the said question paper and sold it to Anil Meena alias Sher Singh Meena, who further supplied them to Bhupendra Saran, Suresh Dhaka and other agents". It alleged, "The leaked paper was made available to candidates for Rs 8-10 lakh per candidate."

more than 150 candidates

The ED said the said leaked paper was provided to around 150 candidates in Udaipur and 30 candidates in state capital Jaipur. The agency said the accused persons were involved in various malpractices like "paper leak racket and appointment of dummy candidates in competitive examinations". The money laundering case stems from an FIR registered by the Rajasthan Police against the accused. Katara and others were arrested by the Rajasthan Police's Special Operations Group (SOG) probing the case.

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