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Rajasthan government asks accused of paper leak to surrender within 72 hours otherwise house will be razed

JDA posted a notice on the home of Bhupendra Saran, the main suspect in the Rajasthan paper leak case, saying he has been given 72 hours to react.

By wasmulhaq 
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Jaipur: Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) posted a notice on the home of Bhupendra Saran, the main suspect in the Rajasthan paper leak case, saying he has been given 72 hours to react before the building will be demolished. According to Raghuveer Saini, the Chief Controlling Officer of the JDA, the house was built in violation of norms.

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The main accused in the case are Bhupendra Saran and Suresh Dhaka. The JDA gave notice one day after demolishing the Bhupendta Saran and Suresh Dhaka-owned Adhigam coaching institute in Jaipur. A 25,000-rupee reward has also been placed on Suresh Dhaka by the Udaipur Police.

The two have been absconding since the leak was revealed.

“The house is registered under Saran and his brother’s names,” said Raghuveer Saini. “If there is no satisfactory response within that duration, action will be taken as the house was constructed in violation of the norms,” Saini added.

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) cancelled the general knowledge paper of the competitive exam for 2nd grade teachers after the paper was leaked before the exam. The exam was cancelled by the authorities after the paper started to spread on social media. On January 29, the exam will be held again.

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46 examinees were permanently prohibited from taking entrance exams. 57 people have been detained and sent to judicial custody after being arrested.

A vice principal of a public school in Jalore, who was the mastermind behind the Rajasthan exam leak, had bought the question paper from the two suspects. Vikas Sharma, the superintendent of police in Udaipur, said that the mastermind had taken Rs 10 lakh from the candidates to make the paper available to them.

 

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