Rajasthan recruitment paper leak: Accused handled social media accounts

Rajasthan recruitment paper leak: Accused handled social media accounts

At a time when many candidates are in distress due to the paper leak of RPSC second grade teacher recruitment exam in Rajasthan, mastermind Suresh Dhaka’s photos with leaders have gone viral and sources said he managed the social media accounts of various ministers. .

Suresh Dhaka is a resident of Achalpur village, 20 km from Sanchore in Rajasthan’s Jalore. He runs a coaching center in the name of Umang Classes on Gurjar Ki Thadi in Jaipur.

Sources said that Dhaka handled the Twitter accounts and Facebook pages of many ministers.

All his own social media accounts are verified. Dhaka is accused of trapping lakhs of youth of the state by getting more fake followers on his various social media accounts.

Dhaka was found to be a key accused in the case.

The Udaipur Police has released a list of 45 candidates caught in the Rajasthan Public Service Commission paper leak case while traveling in a bus. Out of these 43 candidates are residents of Jalore district.

Police investigation confirmed that the accused sold GK paper to each candidate for Rs 10 to 15 lakhs. However, before the exam, this bus carrying 45 candidates was stopped near Udaipur.

The 45 students who were caught while solving the question paper on the bus were presented in court on Sunday, from where five boys and two girls were sent to detention for two days. The other accused in the paper-leaking gang is Suresh Vishroi, the principal of the government school. Along with this, the police also arrested two second grade government teachers, two MBBS students and a clerk in a government school.

Superintendent of Police (SP) Vikas Kumar Sharma said that school principal Suresh Vishnoi had a paper giving a copy of each to the students sitting in the bus. Another third year medical student from Belgaum (Karnataka) Bhajan Lal and a second grade teacher Raitaram Chowdhary also helped them. The driver Naresh Vishnoi was driving the bus. Bus owner Piraram Vishnoi was sitting with him. In the bus were Ganesh Jat, a first-year MBBS student at Kota Medical College, who was a mock candidate in the place of Pradeep Chinhad and Ashok Vishnoi, who was a mock candidate in the place of Lunaram.

In this case, the National Security Act was imposed on all the accused. Dhaka’s father, Mangilal, is currently the sarpanch. Suresh has also gone to jail before. He went to jail for the first time for money laundering and for the second time in the paper leak case.



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