CSBC Bihar Police Constable Recruitment: SIT formed to investigate fraud latest news today in hindi

Live News Update 2023: SIT formed to investigate fraud in CSBC Bihar Police Constable Recruitment

EOU formed 23 member special team under the leadership of DIG

Latest Updated 08/10/2023: The EOU, which is investigating the constable exam paper leak case, has received the alleged leaked question paper. A whistle blower has given this to the investigating agency. In the initial investigation this question paper seems to be correct. However, it is not clear from the code recorded in it from where this leak has occurred or from which examination center it has been taken out. The main reason for this is that the standards of the security code written in it are not very correct or accurate. However, Constable Selection Board officials say that the coding of the question paper is fine. If the investigating agency contacts them, all other information including the examination center will be available.

SIT formed to investigate fraud in CSBC Bihar Police Constable Recruitment notification latest news update 2023 in hindi

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EOU got hold of question paper, investigation is going on to verify whether it is genuine

To timely complete the investigation of paper leak case in constable recruitment examination, EOU (Economic Offenses Unit) has constituted a 23-member SIT (Special Investigation Team). ADG Nayyar Hasnain Khan on Saturday held a review meeting regarding the entire matter and 74 FIRs registered so far in all the districts. After this SIT was formed.

The team will be led by DIG Manavjeet Singh Dhillon. The SIT consists of SP Sushil Kumar, 6 Deputy Superintendents of Police, 13 Police Inspectors and 2 Police Sub Inspector rank officers. The ADG will continuously review the investigation of this entire matter. Many cases related to malpractices, paper leaks and irregularities were reported in the constable recruitment examination conducted by the Central Selection Board (Constable) on 1 October 2023.

SIT has been formed to investigate cases of fraud in constable recruitment. Strict action will be taken against all the culprits involved in this case. The matter is likely to be revealed soon.

9 arrested including main setter in Lakhisarai

So far, the police has succeeded in arresting 23 accused for taking advantage of their involvement with the Solver Gang in the constable recruitment examination held on October 1 at 11 centers in the city. Under the leadership of ASP Roshan Kumar, on the behest of gang mastermind Chandan, police conducted raids in Jamui and Lakhisarai and arrested nine people including chief setter Gagan Kumar. All the accused were sent to jail on Saturday. Gagan used to work as a setter in the Constable Restoration Examination under the guise of physical training at Gandhi Maidan in Lakhisarai.