JKSSB Sub Inspector Paper was sold for 10 Thousand per candidate

 The Government is expected to come down heavily on the officers involved in the scam of leaking the papers of Sub-Inspector’s written examination in Jalandhar that were sold initially for 15 lakhs followed by as low as 10,000 rupees, reported Daily Excelsior.

The list of the exam result was recently cancelled by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and the probe was handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI).

Official sources told the Excelsior that the government is likely to initiate action against the officers who failed to fulfill their duties of maintaining secrecy of the exam and ensure that it was successfully completed.

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Action will help the CBI initiate free, fair and independent probe into the scam after registration of the FIR. The CBI headquarters as well as Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) have cleared the probe recommended by the Jammu and Kashmir and the CBI is expected to lodge the FIR anytime this week,” sources said.

Quoting the unnamed sources, Excelsior reported that the CBI had also initiated preliminary investigations into SI recruitment scam, the paper for which was conducted by the Services Selection Board (SSB) through a recruitment agency.

After gathering enough evidence, the CBI had sought permission for registration of the FIR but by that time, the inquiry committee headed by Additional Chief Secretary Home RK Goyal submitted its report and the government cancelled the exam and recommended the CBI inquiry.

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