BSSC Chairman & his 4 relatives sent to jail in paper leak case
Chairman of Bihar Staff Selection Commission Sudhir Kumar and four of his relatives have been sent to jail in connection with question paper leak of clerical examination in the state. They were produced before a local court of Patna which sent them for 14 day judicial custody last night.
Special Investigation Team (SIT) arrested Sudhir Kumar yesterday in connection with question paper leak of clerical examination.
SIT Chief and Patna SSP Manu Maharaj said that one of the relatives of Sudhir Kumar admitted that he got question paper from the father of the chairman before examination. The SSP said, five relatives of the Chairman were appearing in the examination.
The Secretary of Bihar Staff Selection Commission Parmeshwar Ram has already been arrested in question paper leak case. The SIT team has also arrested owner of the printing press from Ahmedabad where question papers were printed. 29 people have so far been arrested in the paper leak case.
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