IOU takes Revenue Officer Rahul Kumar on remand, many secrets are expected to be revealed

Pankaj Prasad
BPSC paper leak case
BPSC paper leak case

Revenue officer Rahul Kumar, arrested in the BPSC paper leak case, has been taken on remand for three days by the IOU for questioning.

Revenue officer Rahul Kumar, arrested in the BPSC paper leak case, has been taken on remand for three days by the IOU for questioning. In the question paper leak of BPSC's 67th Joint Entrance Examination, the EOU team arrested Rahul Kumar and presented him in a special court. A total of nine people have been arrested in this case so far.

80 thousand rupees were deposited in Pintu Yadav's account

Rahul Kumar is considered to be an important link in this entire episode. As a candidate, he himself had appeared in the PT and both the question paper and answer had reached him before the commencement of the examination. In such a situation, through him it will be known that from where or from which channel these two came to him. He had once deposited 80 thousand rupees in Pintu Yadav's account and deposited more than one lakh rupees for the second time. Its full trail has been found.

The question paper came before the exam

The question paper with answers had arrived on the mobile phone of the Revenue Officer posted at Bhargama (Araria) even before the commencement of the examination. In the investigation of the Economic Offenses Unit, it has been found that the question paper with the answer had arrived on the mobile phone of Revenue Officer Rahul Kumar long before the commencement of the examination. It has also been found in the investigation that Rahul Kumar was also in constant contact with Pintu Yadav, who is believed to be the mastermind of the paper leak case. Many sensational secrets are expected to come out from Rahul Kumar.

The preliminary exam has been canceled

Rahul Kumar is originally from Attri, Gaya. His father is posted as Inspector in Madhubani. The preliminary exam was canceled after the question paper leaked just before the exam. Taking a strict stand, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had ordered strict action against the culprits of the paper leak. After this, the Economic Offenses Unit took over the command of this case.