Panchkula, November 19
The Vigilance Bureau right this moment mentioned it had additional seized Rs 2.10 crore allegedly belonging to HCS officer Anil Nagar from the residence of his affiliate, who had reportedly saved the cash on his behalf in reference to an HPSC recruitment rip-off.
Nagar, a Deputy Secretary within the HPSC, and two others have been arrested by the bureau yesterday. The bureau additionally seized Rs 12 lakh, a registered land deed amounting to Rs 50 lakh and a laptop computer throughout a search at Nagar’s home.
Earlier, the bureau had recovered over Rs 1 crore from the suspects within the case.
“As per circumstances laid down by these concerned in a corruption case pertaining to an HPSC recruitment examination, a dental aspirant was to pay an quantity of Rs 35-40 lakh and shouldn’t have been associated to any MP/MLA/HPSC member,” the FIR registered by the state Vigilance Bureau states.
The corruption case pertains to an HPSC recruitment examination for dental surgeons, during which Anil Nagar, a Deputy Secretary of the HPSC, and two others have been arrested by the Vigilance Bureau final evening for allegedly manipulating the marks of candidates who appeared for the recruitment examination.
The FIR, filed on November 17 on the state Vigilance police station, Panchkula , particulars the methods allegedly utilized by the fraudsters within the recruitment examination. Nagar was introduced in a court docket and remanded in four-day custody.