2 More Arrested in Impersonation in CISF Recruitment Exam Case

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  • 2 more arrested in connection with Impersonation in CISF Recruitment Exam case.
  • So far 8 have been arrested.
  • Lookout notice for kingpin D S Tomar, a police constable issued.

Uttar Pradesh: The CG police nabbed two more accused in connection with the case of some people allegedly appearing in place of actual candidates in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) constable recruitment exam in Durg district, an official said on Thursday.

The accuses identified as Satyapal Singh (24) and Natthilal Verma (20), were apprehended from their native places in Agra district of Uttar Pradesh by a team of the Durg police and brought here on Wednesday, Durg Superintendent of Police Abhishek Pallava said.

The involvement of these two came to light during the interrogation of six people arrested on May 18, after they allegedly appeared in place of actual candidates in the physical screening for the post of CISF constables during the exam conducted by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC).

The physical test was held at the CISF’s Recruitment and Training Centre (RTC) in Bhilai town of Durg district. The offence came to light when the biometrics and photographs of the candidates available in the records did not match with the proxy aspirants, following which CISF officials reported the matter at Utai police station, the official said.

D S Tomar, a police constable posted in Madhya Pradesh, has been identified as the alleged kingpin of the racket. A lookout notice has been issued for the constable. So far 8 have been caught.

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