The Bihar Police on Sunday busted an organised crime gang in reference to the Bihar Public Service Fee (BPSC) examination leak racket. 4 individuals had been arrested and an enormous amount of devices was seized from their possession.
In response to Police’s Financial Offence Unit (EOU), the gang was headed by Anand Gaurav alias Pintu Yadav, an engineering graduate. In 2015, he was arrested in reference to a academics’ recruitment rip-off in Uttar Pradesh.
Yadav, who’s an alumnus of the Nationwide Institute of Know-how, apparently took to crime for fast cash. He’s additionally needed in a homicide case within the Munger district, the EOU mentioned in a press release.
Yadav was nabbed after Rajesh Kumar, one of many arrested individuals who’s employed as a clerk within the state’s agricultural division, spilt beans on him.
Kumar (39) lived in a rented lodging in Patna’s East Patel Nagar from the place a laptop computer, greater than 30 SIM playing cards, 16 earphones and 5 pen drives have been seized, the EOU mentioned.
Primarily based on his tip-off, a residence in Lohanipur locality which was rented by Yadav was additionally raided. Police recovered Rs 2.92 lakh in money, seven walkie-talkies and over 100 GPS gadgets.
Moreover, six financial institution accounts of Yadav through which greater than Rs 12 lakh had been deposited, had been connected. Three extra people- highschool trainer Krishna Mohan Singh (41), Sudhir Kumar Singh (40) and Nishikant Kumar Rai (33), have additionally been arrested.
Earlier, the EOU had arrested 4 individuals within the Bhojpur district the place anomalies in conducting the preliminary examination at Veer Kunwar Singh Faculty blew the whistles on the paper leak.
Candidates had complained that they received the query paper late and that some candidates had been allowed to unravel the paper inside a closed room and had been permitted to hold their cell phones alongside.
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