Politics heats up in RPSC paper leak case! Bulldozer run at the house of the accused, BJP-RLP will protest


RPSC Paper Leak Case: The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) on Friday (January 13) demolished a portion of the illegally constructed residence of Bhupendra Saran, accused in the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) grade-2 teacher recruitment exam paper leak case. The JDA tribunal found that Saran had encroached upon the front and back of the house by building on it.

The tribunal had earlier rejected Saran’s plea seeking extension of time to remove the encroachments. It was found that 15 feet wide front setback and 8.3 feet wide back setback of his house is within the road limits as per the site plan.


Five storey building was demolished on Gopalpura bypass

Earlier, the enforcement wing of the JDA had demolished an illegally constructed five-storey build ing in Jaipur’s Gopalpura bypass area. The two main accused in the RPSC paper leak used to run coaching centers inside the building. Demanding a CBI inquiry into the matter, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the National Democratic Party criticized the Ashok Gehlot-led Rajasthan government and announced a protest.


RLP and BJP opened front

RLP MP Hanuman Beniwal said that in the last ten years many papers have been canceled due to leaks and the state government has remained silent on matters related to the involvement of any minister and bureaucrat in the matter. Similarly, BJP MP Kirori Lal Meena announced that he would protest on January 19 from Dausa region of the state to Jaipur with many supporters.

accused the legislators

The BJP MP alleged the involvement of about six MLAs of the state in the paper leak case. He said that the main accused Suresh Dhaka has links with all Information Technology (IT) laboratories including expert Mahendra Bishnoi. Meena said in a press conference, “Mahendra Bishnoi also rigged the Youth Congress elections. Most of the examinations in Rajasthan were conducted through TCS company.”

55 including mastermind were arrested

Significantly, on December 26, the Udaipur police had arrested about 55 people, including the mastermind of the second grade teacher recruitment exam paper leak case. The arrests were made after mounting pressure from the opposition BJP and RLP. The exam was conducted by RPSC, which was later canceled amid reports of paper leak. The accused were involved in extorting lakhs of rupees from the examinees in lieu of illegally obtained question papers.

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