Monday, July 15, 2013

2 more held in Railways exam paper leak

Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav said the two have been identified as Mohit Kumar, posted with the Defence Colony police station in South Delhi, and Jai Kiran. "Earlier, we had arrested six candidates, including Robin and Sunny in the case. Robin and Sunny led us to Mohit and Jai Karan," he said.
Sunny told police that he had received the answer keys over messages from three mobile phone numbers. "With the help of technical surveillance, we traced one mobile number to Mohit," Yadav said.
Mohit told police that Pawan from Sinoli, UP, who is known for running recruitment rackets in Western UP, had contacted Mohit and offered to provide answer keys of the recruitment test on June 30. "Pawan struck a deal with Mohit for Rs 3 lakh. Mohit paid Rs 50,000 as advance, and later provided the answer keys to his brother Sunny," Yadav said.
During questioning, Jai Kiran told police that he used to provide answer keys of various competitive examinations held for government services through his associate Vikas.
Police said Robin, who was appearing for the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) exam conducted by SSC, had approached Jai and paid him Rs 70,000 for the answer keys.
However, when Jai was not able to arrange for the answers to the MTS exam, he promised Robin that he would get him the answer key for the Railways exam, police said.

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