Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Sunday mentioned the officers allegedly concerned in leaking the primary division assistant (FDA) examination query papers could also be dismissed from service, at the same time as eight extra folks have been arrested in reference to the leakage, taking the whole variety of arrests to 14.
The exam performed by the Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) was to happen on January 24 however forward of it the town police arrested six folks with Rs 24 lakh in money and the query papers. The police mentioned the leaked query papers have been allegedly bought to job aspirants. Based on the expose, the KPSC postponed the FDA examination.
“We will provoke stringent motion in opposition to all these concerned within the case. I’m not solely able to droop them but additionally dismiss them from the service,” the Chief Minister informed reporters. Stating that the officers involved have been suspended, he mentioned he would get the matter investigated.
“It is an unpardonable act to leak the query papers even earlier than the exams are held,” Yediyurappa mentioned.
Meanwhile, the Bengaluru Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sandeep Patil, in a press release, mentioned primarily based on the inputs given by the kingpins of the racket – Rachappa and Chandru – 12 folks have been arrested taking the whole arrested to 14. According to police, six folks have been arrested on Saturday whereas on Sunday eight extra have been arrested.