Corruption spread in Rajasthan, auctions are going on for government jobs, pay money and get the desired job

Jaipur : Hanuman Meena, who was arrested by SOG two days ago in the SI recruitment case, created an army of dummy candidates during the recruitment exam. Meena revealed that government offices are full of an army of people who get jobs by getting others to take the exam. Hanuman alone has confessed to having 16 dummy candidates in seven recruitments so far. 9 of them are working. Hanuman, a resident of Aligarh in Tonk, who himself has a government job, had opened a ‘shop’ for providing jobs in Tonk and Sawai Madhopur. He had fixed rates for every recruitment. The fee for the job was based on the income. He had dummy cadets available who passed every exam. He used to charge 15 lakhs for a sub-inspector and 3 lakhs for a helper in JVVNL. He had fixed 9 lakhs for a patwari. Similarly, he had fixed 9 lakhs for a village development officer and computer operator, 7 lakhs for a forest guard and 7 lakhs for a lab assistant. This dummy was brought from Jalore.

I was saved then…

During the Patwari recruitment, dummies were caught giving the exam in place of the candidates in Kota. In this case, the police caught Hanuman Meena, an employee of the Revenue Department. He was arrested in two cases but the police failed to extract old secrets from him and he was released on bail within a few days.

Further action will be taken after gathering evidence- SOG

In this case, SOG ADG VK Singh says that investigation has been started against those whose names have come up in the interrogation. Action will be taken further after gathering evidence.