Bhopal: Arrest warrants have been issued against two Bihar-based impersonators in police constable recruitment exam case and five others, including a parent in forest guard recruitment exam case by a competent court, a Special Task Force release said on Friday.
In the police recruitment exam case, arrest warrants were issued against impersonators Arun Kumar Bhandari and Ajit Kumar Singh Kashyap, both based in Bihar.
Both had taken money from the already arrested middlemen, Hemraj Yadav for appearing as impersonators in place of actual candidates in the police constable recruitment exam conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), it said.
The case was registered against them under sections 419, 420, 468, 471, 120B and relevant sections of Madhya Pradesh Examination Act of 1937, it said.
The arrest warrants were also issued in the forest guard recruitment examination case against four persons, including a broker, the release said.
The warrant were issued against brokers Dr Satish Mourya (Gwalior), Gyanendra Tripathi (Morena) Diwakar Shakya (Morena), a parent, Ramvir Singh Yadav (Bihar) and an impersonator Sushil Yadav, it added.
Against them also the case was registered under sections 419, 420, 468, 471, 120B and relevant sections of Madhya Pradesh Examination Act of 1937, it added.