Solver gang active before constable recruitment exam in Bihar, deal worth Rs 7 lakh was made to pass the exam

The first written examination for recruitment of constables in 37 districts of Bihar will be held on Sunday. Due to which many solver gangs have become active in different cities. In the last one week, the police have arrested members of such gangs from many districts including Begusarai and Saran. In this sequence, the police on Saturday arrested four members of a gang who were preparing to commit fraud in the constable recruitment examination from Samastipur. This gang had made a deal worth lakhs of rupees with about two dozen candidates. 10 walkie talkies, 20 walkie talkie antennas, 10 walkie talkie chargers, 32 Bluetooth ear phones and electronic devices have been recovered from the gang. The special team of the district police is continuously conducting raids to arrest other members involved in this gang.

SIT was formed to arrest the gang

On Saturday, Superintendent of Police Sagar Kumar Jha said that information was received that a gang is setting up a recruitment drive, which is luring the candidates and taking huge amount of money from them and providing them Bluetooth and other electronic devices. After this, a SIT was formed under the leadership of Rosra DSP Shivam Kumar, in which raids were conducted on the basis of human and technical information in Vibhutipur police station and surrounding areas of Rosra sub-division.

Four gang members arrested

Sagar Kumar Jha said that during the raid, four members of the gang were arrested, from whom admit cards of many candidates and original copies of educational certificates, blank cheques, pen drives etc. were also recovered. Everyone has also admitted their involvement. In lieu of providing the system to the candidates before the examination, their original educational certificates and Rs 20-25 thousand were taken away. A deal was made to get Rs 2 to 2.5 lakh after the examination and Rs 5 to 7 lakh after the final selection.

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they were caught

In the police raid, Santosh Kumar alias Guddu of Malti of Ujiarpur police station area, Manish Kumar alias Santosh of Kon Wajidpur of Karpurigram police station area, Ankit Kumar of Kamrao of Dalsinghsarai police station area and Gautam Kumar of Mehrol of Rosra.

What was recovered?

  • Walkie Talkie 10 Pieces

  • Walkie Talkie Charger 10 Pieces

  • Walkie Talkie Antenna 20 Pieces

  • bluetooth fly earphone 32 pieces

  • Receiver Device 11 Pieces

  • Admit card and educational certificate

  • 3 ganji with bluetooth earphones

  • Blank Check 7 Pieces

  • pen drive 4 pieces

  • mobile phone 4 pieces

He was included in the SIT

In the SIT, along with Rosra DSP Shivam Kumar, Vibhutipur police station incharge Sandeep Kumar Pal, Rosra police station incharge Prasunjay Kumar, Dalsinghsarai police station incharge Anil Kumar, DIU branch in-charge cum inspector Mukesh Kumar, PAN Mukesh Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Shani Kumar Mausam, Rahul Kumar, PAN Dinesh Kumar. And constable Akhilesh Kumar was included.

SP appealed to the candidates

The SP in-charge has appealed to all the candidates appearing in the constable recruitment examination not to fall into the trap of such gangs. Strict legal action will be taken if caught during the examination. He has clearly told the students that getting trapped in such a gang can spoil your future. So be alert.

First written examination of 21391 constable reinstatement on October 1st

The first written examination for recruitment of constables on 21391 posts in Bihar Police will be held on Sunday. The examination will be held at 529 centers set up in all 37 districts of the state except Gaya. According to the Central Selection Board (Constable Recruitment), about six lakh candidates will appear for the examination in both the shifts on the first day. The gates will be closed one hour before the start of the examination. The first shift examination will be held from 10 to 12 in the morning, for which you will have to reach the center by 8 o’clock. The second shift examination will be held from 3 to 5 pm. The reporting time for this is 1 pm.

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Photographs of the candidates will be on the stickers to be placed at the examination centers.

The councilor said that mobile jammers have been installed at all 529 examination centers to ensure malpractice-free examination. Biometric attendance and photography of the candidates will also be ensured. Fingerprints and photographs of the candidates will be recorded. For their identification, the name of the candidates, roll number along with photograph and shift will be mentioned on the stickers to be pasted at the centres.

Central team will also conduct surprise investigation

The councilor has said that arrangements have been made at the level of District Magistrates for monitoring the examination. Along with this, a central team has also been formed, which will go to the districts and conduct surprise checks. At the same time, Bihar Police has advised the candidates to beware of anti-social elements who try to trick them in the name of passing the examination.

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