IAS officer interrogated in BPSC paper leak case, two students of Patna detained

IAS officer interrogated in BPSC paper leak case, two students of Patna detained

In the paper leak case of Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) 67th Combined Preliminary Competitive Examination, the team of Economic Offenses Unit (EOU) also questioned the IAS officer who sent the viral question paper on Friday. The investigation team had called the IAS officer to the EOU office for questioning, where he was questioned and answered for about one and a half hours.

According to sources, the EOU officials put several questions to the IAS officer. It was asked who sent the viral question paper on his mobile? His identity and mobile number information was sought. At what time did the question paper arrive and when did they see it? Was the question paper sent somewhere else or not? Many such questions were asked by the investigation team to the IAS officer. According to the investigation team, the IAS officer is getting cooperation in the investigation. Further, he may be called for questioning as per the need.

IAS officer sent the question paper 17 minutes ago

About 17 minutes before the start of the BPSC exam, the same IAS officer sent the viral question paper on the mobile of the BPSC controller of examination. The exam was to begin at 12 noon while the question paper was sent at 11:43. It is also mentioned in the FIR lodged by the EOU along with the mobile numbers of both the officers. Even before this, talks were held with the IAS officer in the paper leak case, but for the first time on Friday, he was called to the office and questioned and answered. 

BPSC officers will submit report today

According to the investigation team, many information related to the conduct of the examination was sought from the BPSC officials. Only half of this information has been received so far. It is expected that on Friday, BPSC will make available the rest of the information to the investigation team of EOU. In the investigation of EOU, many shortcomings have also been found in the conduct of examination. From sending question papers to centers in many districts, negligence in doing videography of the process etc. has also come to the fore. In this regard also the team of EOU is preparing the report.

Raids in Lohanipur, two students in custody

The Special Investigation Team of Patna district raided a house in Lohanipur on Friday. According to sources, the investigation team has also detained two students. However, this has not been confirmed. Mobiles, computers, laptops, etc. equipments of the students were also confiscated after the raids. The questioning of students was going on till late night. EOU officials are refraining from saying anything in this regard. By connecting the link of technical research and WhatsApp, the team has reached the students. 

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Video of torturing children in Madhubani goes viral, case against two including sarpanch

Video of torturing children in Madhubani goes viral, case against two including sarpanch

The police has intensified the action after the video of torturing two minor children of Arnama village of Laukaha police station area went viral. In this regard, a case has been registered against two people including the Sarpanch of Vasudevpur Panchayat, further action is on. It was told that on Wednesday, two children of Arnama plucked some litchi from the tree of sarpanch Upendra Yadav, resident of Vishanpur. After the information, the sarpanch caught both the children. After this, both were tied with a rope and beaten up. During this, someone made a video of the incident and made it viral. In the video, the talk of putting a nest of ants on the body of children is also coming to the fore. The children were crying out for help. But no one took pity.

In the video, instead of saving the children, the sound of a woman laughing was also heard. The father of a child who was affected by the incident had applied in the police station to Sarpanch Upendra Yadav and his associate Mohd. Shakeel has been named. Police have registered a case and started investigation. At the same time, the children were sent to Khutauna CHC for medical examination. There was heated discussion in the area regarding the incident. The second nominee was said to be the son of a retired watchman of the Laukaha police station area. Laukha police station in-charge Santosh Kumar Mandal said that the matter is being investigated by registering an FIR. The veracity of the viral video is also being investigated. Legal action will be taken in the matter.

Thief caught by villagers in Parsahi, handed over to police

Ladies. The villagers chased and caught the thief, who was running away from a cloth shop located at Parsahi Chowk in the local police station area, late on Thursday night. The thief was also beaten up by the people and later handed over to the police. It is said that after removing the asbestos of the shop, the thief entered inside the shop and was running away after stealing a bundle of cloth. People saw the thief running away. On hearing the noise, people ran after him and chased him and caught him. SHO Santosh Kumar Singh told that the thief who got caught by the villagers, Mohd, a resident of Fulhar village of Harlakhi police station area. It is called Mansoor. An FIR has been registered against him on the application of shop owner Vijay Kumar Sah and he has been sent to the judicial process.

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