TSPSC Paper Leak: 9 People In The Police Custody

Hyderabad, Mary 18 (Maxim News):  The Nampally court has granted permission to police custody of the accused in the TSPSC Paper Leak Case. As a result, nine accused in Chanchalguda Jail were taken into custody.

The Nampally court allowed the accused to be in police custody for six days.  The police petitioned to give the accused 10 days of custody but the Nampally Court allowed only 6 days of custody. 

The Nine Accused People Are:

A-1 Praveen Kumar

A-2 Atla Rajasekhar

A-3 Renuka Rathore 

A-4 Dakya 

A-5 Ketawat Rajeshwar 

A-6 Ketawat Nilesh Naik

A-7 Patlawat gopal Naik

A-8 Ketawat Srinivas 

A-9 Ketawat Rajendra Naik. 

Cases have already been registered against the accused under Section 420, 409, 120B, IT Act 66B, C70 of the IT Act, and Section 4 of the Telangana Public Examinations Act.  The SIT officials will probe the financial transactions of the accused in the paper leakage case.  They will also inquire about to whom the question paper was sold.  The accused will be questioned till March 23.  Two accused A-1 Praveen Kumar and A-2 Atla Rajasekhar were taken to TSPSC by the SIT officials.  The remaining seven accused were shifted to the Himayatnagar SIT office.

TSPSC Paper Leak: Nine People In The Police Custody
TSPSC Paper Leak: Nine People In The Police Custody


The investigation of the accused Praveen and Rajasekhar in the TSPSC office in the paper leak case has ended.  Two systems in the office were seized.  Later, both the accused were shifted from the TSPSC office to the SIT office. 

In TSPSC, the SIT team took the two accused to the Configuration Section and interrogated them.  How did they change the IPs in the system in the configuration Section?  The technical details of how dynamic passwords were traced were asked.  Apart from the leaked paper of March 5, how many other papers have been leaked?  The SIT has asked for details such as whether the group one prelim exam paper held last year was also leaked.  

The SIT also questioned Shankar Lakshmi,  who is working as an administration officer in the Configuration section. in the configuration section, but she said that she did not write the password anywhere in the diary.  The police found that Rajasekhar Reddy changed the IP addresses and stolen the password from the computer.  However, the police concluded that the leakage had started before February 27,  and it is known that the accused are in custody till March 23. (Maxim News) 

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