Paper Leak: Tampering with OMR, help in selection… Case against four of the same family

JOA-IT Paper Leak: The Himachal Pradesh Vigilance Department has registered a case against four people for allegedly helping candidates crack the Junior Office Assistant exam held on April 24 last year. It is alleged that he tampered with the OMR sheet and helped two candidates in the selection. An official said that a case has been registered on the basis of investigation after the JOA-IT recruitment exam paper was leaked on December 23 last year. During investigation, it was found that Kishori Lal and Madan Lal, two peons posted at the now-disbanded Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission (HPSSC) in Hamirpur, tampered with the OMR sheets of two candidates and helped them get selected. The department official said that one of the candidates was Madan Lal’s son and the other was his neighbour. In the paper leak case, the Vigilance Department has already taken action and arrested many people. Read this also: Opposition angry with the attack in Tripura, said- BJP-RSS is spreading terror, will raise the issue in the Parliament. Father-son had tampered with the OMR sheet. The officials caught them red-handed on 23 December. After the paper leak came to light, the department is probing the allegations of scoring two exceptionally high marks. He said that a case has been registered against Madan Lal, his son Vishal Chowdhary, Kishori Lal and Dinesh Kumar in connection with the matter. Several arrests in four in the paper leak case After the paper leak, the Vigilance Department is probing 20 examinations held in the last three years. The JOA (IT) paper leak came to the fore on December 23 last year, when vigilance officials arrested Azad with solved papers and Rs 2.5 lakh in cash, among other things. So far eight people have been arrested in this case, Azad, his sons Nikhil and Nitin, broker Sanjeev, his brother Shashi Pal, Neeraj, Ajay Sharma and Tanu Sharma. The state government had suspended the functioning of the HPSSC in December over the paper leak. It had postponed all the examinations that were to be conducted before the dissolution of the commission last month. read this also: H3N2 Case: Influenza spreading rapidly in this state, 59 cases registered in 2 months

Leave a Comment