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Part chargesheet into APSC scam soon: DGP

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 30 - Two to three important middlemen in the cash-for-jobs scam in the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) are still on the run, stated Director General of Assam Police Mukesh Sahay here today.

He, however, asserted that the part chargesheet into the scam would be submitted within the stipulated time.

Sahay also told the media persons that the investigators have so far recovered a lot of digital and documental evidence which might be sent outside the State for forensic examination.

Digital evidence gathered during the course of the investigation will be sent to a central forensic laboratory outside the State, subject to approval of the court.

The digital records have been retrieved from cell phones and laptops recovered during the investigation.

Sahay said that the recovery also includes answer scripts, tabulation sheets and other documents, besides Rs 40 lakh in cash.

�So far, five persons have been arrested out of whom four are in judicial custody. Forty-six witnesses have already been examined,� the DGP added.

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Part chargesheet into APSC scam soon: DGP

GUWAHATI, Nov 30 - Two to three important middlemen in the cash-for-jobs scam in the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) are still on the run, stated Director General of Assam Police Mukesh Sahay here today.

He, however, asserted that the part chargesheet into the scam would be submitted within the stipulated time.

Sahay also told the media persons that the investigators have so far recovered a lot of digital and documental evidence which might be sent outside the State for forensic examination.

Digital evidence gathered during the course of the investigation will be sent to a central forensic laboratory outside the State, subject to approval of the court.

The digital records have been retrieved from cell phones and laptops recovered during the investigation.

Sahay said that the recovery also includes answer scripts, tabulation sheets and other documents, besides Rs 40 lakh in cash.

�So far, five persons have been arrested out of whom four are in judicial custody. Forty-six witnesses have already been examined,� the DGP added.

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