RPSC Paper Leak Case: Bhupendra Saran and Suresh Dhaka, accused in the second-grade teacher exam paper leak case in Rajasthan, are still absconding. A reward of 25-25 thousand rupees has been announced by the police headquarters for their arrest.
Now whoever will give information about them to the Rajasthan Police, will be given a reward of 25 thousand rupees by the police.
Udaipur SP Vikas Sharma said that Bhupendra Saran, resident of Parawa, Chitalwana, Jalore and Suresh Dhaka, resident of Gangasara, Barmer and currently Nemi Nagar, Jaipur are absconding after the paper leak case came to light.
He also said that a case has been registered against the absconding accused Bhupendra Saran and Suresh Dhaka in connection with the paper leak of the second-grade teacher recruitment exam at Bekariya Police Station.
Let us tell you that the paper of the teacher recruitment examination being conducted by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission was leaked.
After this the exam was cancelled. Now the exam will be conducted again on January 29.
Let us tell you that on December 24, the examination for the recruitment of second-grade teachers was to be held. The candidates had also reached the examination centers and were sitting on their seats waiting for the question papers to be distributed and the examination to begin.
Then suddenly they were informed that the paper has been leaked, due to which the exam has been cancelled.
Udaipur's Bekariya police station had received secret information about the paper being leaked, on the basis of which the police department came into active mode.