Press Reporter News Service
Panchkula, November 23
Declining additional remand of Ashwini Sharma, Naveen Kumar and Deputy Secretary of the Haryana Public Service Fee (HPSC) Anil Nagar demanded by the Vigilance Division, the Panchkula courtroom in the present day despatched the trio to judicial custody until November 26. The three accused have been produced in a courtroom after their four-day Vigilance custody ended in the present day.
Final week, Nagar and two others have been arrested by the State Vigilance Bureau for allegedly manipulating marks of candidates who appeared within the written examination for recruitment of dental surgeons, performed in September.
The counsel for the Vigilance Division argued within the courtroom that they needed to take Anil Nagar to Gurugram and Rohtak, whereas Naveen and Ashwani have been to be taken to Sonepat for recovering some paperwork.
Nevertheless, opposing additional remand of Anil Nagar, defence council Vishal Garg Narwana stated Nagar was on remand with the Vigilance for 4 days, however his consumer was not taken anyplace. He submitted that the Vigilance simply needed to maintain Nagar in its custody and was not going to take him anyplace and needed to drive him to signal affidavits. The courtroom, whereas taking a robust discover on this, refused to offer additional remand of the three accused, together with Nagar.
The Vigilance has recovered one DVR, one laborious disk associated to HCS pre-exam, one pen drive, OMR and carbon sheet of various roll numbers from the HPSC workplace.
It’s pertinent to say right here that the Vigilance had performed raids on November 17 after registering a case towards Jasbir Singh and Naveen Kumar – house owners of a software program firm. Naveen, a resident of Bhiwani district, was caught red-handed whereas taking Rs20 lakh in money. He was produced within the courtroom on November 18 and was despatched to police remand the identical day.
After acquiring proof on the premise of interrogation of Naveen, the Vigilance had arrested Ashwani Kuma, a resident of Jhajjar district, and seized Rs1,07,97,000 from his home.