JSSC JE Recruitment Examination Paper Leak: Mastermind Abhishek Kumar has been arrested for leaking the question paper of Junior Engineer Appointment Examination conducted by JSSC on July 3, two hours before the examination. Her father's name is Chandreshwar Singh. The arrest took place from the residence in Vidyapuri area of â€‹â€‹Patrakar Nagar police station. After his arrest, the police of Namkum police station reached Ranchi with him on transit remand and sent him to jail in judicial custody. Police have recovered four mobiles and documents from him. Abhishek has his own house in Patna and lives with the whole family.
The accused admitted participation in the case
The arrested accused has admitted his involvement. Stating that it was he who had given the question papers to the students. The company which was given by the commission to set the question paper is owned by Arun Kumar. From whom Abhishek had obtained the question paper before the examination. A day before the examination, he had taken 60 examinees to a place in Punpun, Patna through his associates. Where the candidates were also given training to write the answers to this question paper. From there, the examinees were brought directly to the examination center by car and dropped. However, he has not yet informed the police about how much he had sold the question papers and how much money he got from this work.
Two accused have been arrested in the past
In this case, the police has arrested the accused Ranjit Mandal and Deepak Kumar in the past and sent them to jail. All gangs run Business Technology Private Limited by forming a gang and under the guise of that do such wrong things. The written examination was taken by JSSC for the appointment of Junior Engineer from 10 am on July 3, 2022, but two hours before the examination, the question paper leaked and started going viral. After which the candidates created a ruckus alleging that the question paper was leaked. Mithilesh Kumar Singh, candidate of Mahuda, Dhanbad had lodged an FIR on July 14 regarding the matter. Police registered an FIR under various sections and conducted research, in which the allegation was found to be true. Mobiles were confiscated from the accused, whose question paper was viral from WhatsApp number 7488121791.