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Nationwide Defence recruitment racket busted

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MUMBAI, Sept 26 (PTI) - The CBI today claimed to have busted a nationwide Defence recruitment racket with the arrest of four persons, including two naval officers, who allegedly leaked exam questions to the candidates.

The accused were identified RC Naikh and DS Murthi - both administration officers in Western and Eastern Naval Commands respectively, Ranbir Singh Rawat owner of Manasa International defence recruitment agency in Andhra Pradesh's Vishakapatnam and Haryana-based teacher Hoshiyar Singh.

The four would be produced before a court tomorrow, Rishi Raj Singh, Joint Director, said adding they had leaked the question paper of Lower Division Clerk recruitment examination to 150 candidates, who appeared for the exam here today.

The exam was held to fill up 175 clerks posts at Western Naval Command Headquarters and over 35,000 candidates appeared to write the exam.

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Nationwide Defence recruitment racket busted

MUMBAI, Sept 26 (PTI) - The CBI today claimed to have busted a nationwide Defence recruitment racket with the arrest of four persons, including two naval officers, who allegedly leaked exam questions to the candidates.

The accused were identified RC Naikh and DS Murthi - both administration officers in Western and Eastern Naval Commands respectively, Ranbir Singh Rawat owner of Manasa International defence recruitment agency in Andhra Pradesh's Vishakapatnam and Haryana-based teacher Hoshiyar Singh.

The four would be produced before a court tomorrow, Rishi Raj Singh, Joint Director, said adding they had leaked the question paper of Lower Division Clerk recruitment examination to 150 candidates, who appeared for the exam here today.

The exam was held to fill up 175 clerks posts at Western Naval Command Headquarters and over 35,000 candidates appeared to write the exam.

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