Three job aspirants held for impersonation in Bengaluru | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BENGALURU: Three persons eyeing constabulary posts in the city police department have been arrested for allegedly resorting to malpractices in the selection process, including getting others to impersonate them during physical fitness test and written examination last week.
Ulsoor Gate police arrested two suspects on March 23 and another on March 26 based on a complaint filed by Harish HM, assistant commissioner of police, CAR headquarters, who was part of the document verification process.
The arrests come days after Parappana Agrahara and Madiwala police arrested three constables for allegedly getting others to impersonate them during the physical fitness test in Karnataka State Reserve Police recruitment process. The fraud in the city police recruitment came to the fore during document verification. Kasappa Emminavar, 25, from Jamakhandi, Bagalkot, had appeared for verification on March 23. The officials found that the photographs in the admission ticket and the candidate who had appeared for the verification were not matching. When questioned, Emminavar said he had appeared for a physical test and his cousin Kashinath Telsingh had taken the written exam. Efforts are on to nab Telsingh.
On March 23, police arrested Basavaraja Honakuppa, 22, of Gokak. Honakuppa had cleared his written examination and his friend Sourabh had appeared for physical exam and cleared the test on behalf of him. Search is on for Sourabh.
In the third case, Ulsoor Gate police arrested Yallappa Harijan Ashok, 25, of Gokak on March 26, when he came for document verification. Ashok confessed to have cleared his physical test, but his friend Ningappa Bagi wrote exam on his behalf. Bagi is absconding.
Fake markscard

Raju Bharamappa Harijan, 22, from Gokak had applied for the post of constable by furnishing fake markscard. Vidhana Soudha police registered a cheating case against him on March 25.
Govindaraju C, official from the city police commissioner’s office, has filed the complaint against Harijan.
Harijan had furnished markscards of National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and the deputy director of NIOS found them to be fake.

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