One more held in BPSC question leak paper case

The economic offence unit (EOU) on Saturday arrested one more person in connection with the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) question paper leak, EoU officials said.

PATNA: The economic offence unit (EOU) on Saturday arrested one more person in connection with the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) question paper leak, EoU officials said.

As per an EOU press release, the accused has been identified as Amit Kumar (40. “Amit was involved in solving question papers. He was close to accused Anand Gurav alias Pintu. It was also found that there was a long conversation between Amit and Anand on their cell phone,” the press release said.

“Amit knew about question paper leak beforehand. It also came to know that Amit, Anand, and other accused had assembled at a place to solve the questions. Amit was also involved in solving questions of other examinations as well,” an EOU official said.

So far, nine people have been arrested in the BPSC question paper leak case. On May 15, EoU arrested four more persons, including an assistant posted at the agricultural department. EOU’s special investigative team (SIT) had also recovered huge cash, electronic gadgets, and 2.92 lakh in cash from their possession.

The PT examinations were held on May 8 and the examination was cancelled the same day following the paper leak. The EOU had earlier arrested Jai Vardhan Gupta, BDO of Barhara in Bhopur district, Dr Yogendra Singh principal of Veer Kunwar Singh College (VKSC) Ara, Sushil Kumar Singh, a lecturer, and Agam Kumar Sahay of the VKSC.

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