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Swindling Officers arrested in Nagpur for joining Government jobs without clearing examinations

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday, December 12, 2022, arrested nine Income Tax officers in Maharashtra’s Nagpur, who allegedly joined the department without appearing in the examination conducted by the Staff Selection Commission, read an official statement. The accused are Rinki Yadav, Stenographer (Grade-I1), Sarita, Anil Kumar, Rahul Kumar, Abhay Kumar, Mukesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Pradeep Kumar, Manish Kumar, and Dharmendra Kumar, all Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) of Nagpur’s Income Tax Department. According to sources, the accused had arranged dummy candidates to appear for the examinations and were selected for the post of MTS and Stenographers in the Income Tax Department thereby deceiving Staff Selection Commission.

A case was registered in 2018 under section 120B with 416, 417, 420, 464, 465, 468 & 471 of the Indian Penal Code and Sec. 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 on the allegation that accused officers had not appeared for their recruitment examination conducted by Staff Selection Commission in the year 2012-2014.

During the investigation examination papers and other recruitment papers of these candidates containing their handwriting, signatures, and thumb impressions were sent for forensic analysis with the specimen handwriting, signatures, and thumb impressions of these candidates which established that out of 12, 9 candidates had not actually appeared in the said tests.

Deputy Superintendent of Police Sandeep Chogle, CBI, Anti-Corruption Bureau, Nagpur who is investigating this case under the supervision of Deputy Inspector-General of Police M.S. Khan, CBI, Nagpur arrested those 9 officials to unearth the identity of the dummy candidates/impersonators.

They are remanded to police custody by the Special Court for CBI Cases, Nagpur. The case is under active investigation.

Shivam Wagh

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