Cannot rule out handiwork of gang behind Rly exam paper leak: Police

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 27 Sep 2018 11:55:46


Staff Reporter,


The candidate has revealed the name of a man Bittu of his village in Bihar, who directed him to appear in the examination and sent him answers of the question paper right before the examination

Finding of solved question paper with a candidate before the Group-D examination of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) may prove a major breakthrough to bust a gang involved in duping candidates or leaking examination paper.


Investigation of the case relies on validation of answer key found with the candidate. Railway Recruitment Board will have to play a key role in further investigation into the case to trap big fish involved in duping innocent candidate or network engaged in leaking the question paper of Railway Group-D examination.


The candidate has revealed the name of a man Bittu of his village in Bihar, who directed him to appear in the examination and sent him answers of the question paper right before the examination. Jabalpur police have got some significant leads into the case and started investigation on both the angles to trap the kingpin.
It may be noted that, a boy named Mohammed Zakir Hussain (19), a native of Bihar, was caught red-handed while cheating through slips during Railway Group-D examination at examination centre situated at Global College, on September 25.


SHO of Madhotal police station, Akhilesh Gaur (Probationary DSP), while taking to ‘The Hitavada’, informed that police have produced the accused before the court where he got bail. In the questioning, Zakir Hussain informed that he recently completed his graduation and disclosed that a man of his village named Bittu had directed him to appear in the examination and sent him numbers of correct answers through WhatsApp right before the examination started. SHO, Akhilesh Gaur added that police have started investigations on dual angles to find probability of leaking the question paper of Group-D examination or possibility of network of persons involved in duping candidates in the name of providing answers before the examination. He informed that combine team of district police and police cyber cell are investigating the case to trap the man named Bittu in Bihar. Concerned officers of RRB have been contacted to cross check the validity of answer key found with the accused for further investigation into the case.