CBI conducts numerous searches and arrests over 33 people

Central Bureau of Investigation raids 30 locations in relation to suspected bribery in Jammu and Kashmir Police recruitment . The department has filed a lawsuit against 33 people accused of non-compliance with the J&K Services Selection Boards (JKSSB) written examination for the posts of sub-inspectors in J&K Police on March 27, 2022 .

JAMMU (Jammu and Kashmir Police Sub-inspector Recruitment: On Friday, several branches of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) raided several locations in relation to the suspected bribery in Jammu and Kashmir Police recruitment, resulting in a lawsuit against over 33 people.According to a CBI spokesperson, the department has filed a lawsuit against 33 people accused of non-compliance with the J&K Services Selection Board's (JKSSB) written examination for the posts of sub-inspectors in J&K Police on March 27, 2022.According to a public spokesperson, the accused entered into a conspiracy among officials of JKSSB, a Bengaluru-based private company, who were the beneficiary candidates and committed gross negligence in the conduct of the written test for the positions of sub-inspectors.The survey found that the percentage of eligible applicants from Jammu, Rajouri, and Samba districts was abnormally high.

The investigation continues.Following the publication of the exam's findings on June 4, a public outrage ensued, claiming that there were large-scale mistakes on the list of 7,200 applicants.Lt Governor Manoj Sinha ordered the termination of the entire recruitment process and then asked the CBI to conduct a probe.On June 10, a three-member body led by the financial commissioner (additional chief secretary home) R K Goyal was formed to look into the alleged irregularities in the JKSSB written test, and it was expected to present its report or recommendations within 15 days.