PSI recruitment scam: Seven accused arrested


Team Udayavani, Apr 17, 2022, 12:23 PM IST

Kalaburagi: Police officials on Saturday have arrested seven people in connection with the police sub-inspector recruitment scam.

The arrested accused have been identified as Veeresh Nidagunda,  K Praveen Kumar, a candidate from Raichur, Aruna Patil of Kalaburagi, Chetana Nandagaon, a jail warden at Raichur and teachers of Jnanajyothi English Medium School Suma, Siddamma and Savitri (invigilators).

It is said that Veeresh is the son of a head police constable at Sedam Police station. Veeresh appeared for the examination at Jnana Jyothi English Medium School on Gokul road of Kalaburagi city in October 2021.

He had answered only 21 questions on his OMR sheet leaving others blank. However, the photocopy of his OMR sheet obtained from the recruitment cell showed that he answered all the questions.

The accused were taken into custody by CID on Friday and were produced before the third JMFC Court on Saturday evening.

 

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