Police action in Rajasthan paper leak case, 3 people including dummy candidate and paper seller arrested

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Was running a nexus of paper leak and dummy candidates. Revealing his role in the paper leak case, Additional Director General (ADG) of ATS and SOG, Jaipur, VK Singh said that OP Dhaka worked as a wholesaler who sold the leaked papers to the candidates. Singh said that the paper leak was carried out by the Jagdish Bishnoi gang.

In the latest development in the Rajasthan paper leak case, the state police on Wednesday arrested three persons. The arrested persons have been identified as OP Dhaka, Sunil Bishnoi and Shammi Bishnoi. The trio were running a nexus of paper leak and dummy candidates. Revealing their role in the paper leak case, Additional Director General (ADG) of ATS and SOG, Jaipur, VK Singh said that OP Dhaka worked as a wholesaler who sold the leaked papers to the candidates. Singh said that the paper leak was carried out by the Jagdish Bishnoi gang.

Apart from this, Shammi Bishnoi used to appear in the exam as a dummy candidate to help the candidates. Apart from this, Sunil Bishnoi used to provide dummy candidates for the exam. Notably, the Rajasthan Police Special Operation Group (SOG) is currently investigating the case and has made several arrests in the case. Earlier on June 8, the SOG arrested seven people, including three female trainee sub-inspectors, in the 2021 SI paper leak case. The arrested trainee SIs include Manisha Sihag, Ankita Godara and Prabha Bishnoi. They were arrested from the Rajasthan Police Academy (RPA) and Mandore Training Centre in Jodhpur. After their arrest, ADG (SOG) VK Singh said that the team also arrested Dinesh Singh Chauhan, the operator of the school where the exam was held.

The statement further said that the paper was arranged by Paurav Kaleer and it was solved by Naresh Dan Charan and Praveen Kumar. The ADG said that the SOG had received a complaint about three trainees some time ago. After this, the SOG team was keeping an eye on these three and their record was sought from the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC). It is worth noting that apart from the total arrests, more than 30 trainee SIs have also been arrested so far. On April 2, 15 trainee SIs were arrested from Rajasthan Police Academy (RPA).

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