The CBI Tuesday began a hunting activity at 33 areas, including the premises of ex-Jammu and Kashmir SSB director Khalid Jahangir, over supposed abnormalities in the enlistment cycle of sub-monitors in the Union Territory, authorities said.
The premises of Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) Controller of Examinations Ashok Kumar are likewise being looked at, they said.
The pursuits are spread across Jammu, Srinagar; Karnal, Mahendergarh, Rewari in Haryana; Gandhinagar in Gujarat; Delhi; Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh and Bengaluru in Karnataka.
This is the second round of searches directed by the CBI regarding its test into supposed abnormalities, they said.
“The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has enrolled a case on the solicitation of the Jammu and Kashmir organization against 33 denounced… on the claims of anomalies in composed assessment for the posts of Sub-Inspectors in the J&K Police on 27.03.2022, led by J&K Services Selection Board (JKSSB),” the CBI said on August 5 after enlistment of the FIR.
The test results were pronounced on June 4 this year after which charges of misbehaviors in the assessment surfaced. The Jammu and Kashmir organization comprised a request advisory group to investigate the charges.
“It was claimed that the blame entered in trick among authorities for JKSSB, Bengaluru-based privately owned business, recipient applicants and others, and caused gross anomalies in the lead of composed assessment for the posts of sub-controllers. It was additionally asserted that there was an unusually high level of chosen competitors from Jammu, Rajouri, and Samba regions,” the CBI has said.
JKSSB had supposedly disregarded rules in re-appropriating the setting of inquiry papers to a Bengaluru-based privately owned business, the test organization had said.