SSC paper leak: Hunt on for men who ran coaching centres

The crime Branch is on the lookout for two persons,including an MCD school teacher,allegedly involved in the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) paper leak case.

Written by Prawesh Lama | New Delhi | Published:July 3, 2013 1:55 am

The crime Branch is on the lookout for two persons,including an MCD school teacher,allegedly involved in the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) paper leak case.

Police sources said that two suspects have been identified as Sushil and Vikram.

Interestingly,both the suspects run coaching classes in Bawana and Sonepat.

Investigations have revealed that Sushil runs two coaching centres for graduates appearing in entrance exams for government jobs. Vikram,a resident of Sonepat,who is a property dealer,also runs three coaching centres.

The two were found to be involved when the police traced the email addresses from which the questions papers of the SSC exams had been sent. However,the two have gone into hiding since the case was reported.

Earlier this year,on April 23,Crime Branch officers had busted the SSC exam paper leak racket with the arrest of nine persons,including a Delhi Police head constable and two teachers. The examination was being held for the post of sub-inspector in Income Tax,CBI and other departments.

Investigations into the paper leak in the Combined Graduate Level examination held in April had revealed that the Delhi Police head constable Ajit Khatri,who was arrested in the case,had topped the sub-inspectors’ (SI) examination in February.

In the case of paper leak of the Combined Graduate Level examination,Khatri was arrested along with a sales tax inspector,three teachers,an MEA clerk and another Delhi Police constable.

Later,Bijender Chikkara,an MCD official,was also arrested by the police. Chikkara,during questioning,revealed that he had received the question paper from Sushil and Vikram. “These people manage to lure clients easily. The clients were contacted while they were receiving coaching at the institute run by the accused. More than 10 persons have been arrested in this case and the chain is widespread,”said a police official.

One of the accused clients passed the UPSC preliminary examination,while another had managed to clear the mains for the Provident Fund Commissioner’s examination. Police have written to the UPSC,informing it about accused Sunil Pawar,who had failed to answer several simple questions but had surprisingly cleared the Provident Fund Commissioner’s examination.

Others arrested in April were income tax inspector Macchita Malik,constable Sahil Kadyan,MEA clerk Lohit Vats,teachers Amit Kumar and Mukesh Kumar,and students Ravinder and Kulvir.

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