JKPSI Recruitment Scam: Court Frames Charges Against 24 Accused

JKPSI Recruitment Scam: Court Frames Charges Against 24 Accused
JKPSI Recruitment Scam: Court Frames Charges Against 24 Accused
In a significant development, Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Jammu, Anjum Ara, has framed charges against a total of 24 individuals, including the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the Border Security Force (BSF), Karnail Singh, in connection with the Sub-Inspector (SI) recruitment scam, media reports said.

Charges have also been framed against Ashok Kumar, Ashwani Kumar, Jaisunya Sharma, Kewal Krishan, Raman Sharma, Amit Kumar Sharma, Rakesh Kumar, Sunil Sharma, Suresh Kumar Sharma, Jagdish Lal, Kashmir Singh, Atul Kumar, Tarsem Lal, Yatin Yadav alias Nittu alias Guruji alias Ramu Sir, Vikas Sharma, Anil Kumar, Ashok alias Ashok Pandit alias Gaurav Pandit, Pawan Kumar, Asheesh Yadav alias Monu, Bajinder Singh, Surinder Kumar, Surender Singh alias Commando and Pradeep Kumar Katiyar.

As per the prosecution case, vide letter No. GAD-VIG0COMP/285/2022-04-GAD dated 08.07.2022, Dr Mohammad Usman Khan, Deputy Secretary, conveyed the decision of Govt of J&K for investigation by CBI into allegations of irregularities in written examination of Sub-Inspectors posts in the J&K Police conducted by J&K Services Selection Board (JKSSB) on the basis of report of Inquiry Committee constituted by the Govt of J&K.

The investigation revealed that the examination was conducted by the JKSSB for the first time, with the exam date initially set for October 21, 2021. The number of vacancies was later increased from 800 to 1200, leading to the exam being conducted on March 27, 2022. However, the results were subsequently cancelled by the Government of J&K on July 8, 2022, leading to the CBI investigation.CJM Jammu Anjum Ara, after hearing arguments from both the CBI’s public prosecutor Vijay Dogra and the battery of lawyers representing the accused individuals, concluded that there was sufficient evidence to prima facie establish the charges.

Charges have been framed under sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 420 (cheating), 201 (causing disappearance of evidence), 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property), 408 (criminal breach of trust), and other relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
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