Enforcement Directorate Seizes Assets Worth Rs 1 Crore in JKSSB Exam Paper Leak Case in Kashmir

In a significant development concerning the ongoing investigation into the paper leak of the examination conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) for the recruitment of police sub-inspectors, the Enforcement Directorate Jammu has taken decisive action. The federal agency has attached movable properties valued at Rs 1 crore, pertaining to the case.

According to a statement posted on X and reported by KNS, the Enforcement Directorate revealed that it has attached assets belonging to accused Yatin Yadav, M/s New Global Fumigation Corporation, Prop. Yatin Yadav, and his associate Lokesh Kumar. These assets were seized under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002.

The attachment of the property comes in connection with the alleged paper leak of the examination conducted by the JKSSB for the recruitment of 1200 sub-inspectors in the Jammu and Kashmir Police. It is alleged that Yatin Yadav and others involved in the scam orchestrated the leak to gain monetary benefits.

This move by the Enforcement Directorate underscores the seriousness with which authorities are tackling corruption and malpractice in the recruitment process. By seizing assets allegedly linked to the scam, the agency aims to disrupt the illicit flow of funds and hold those involved in the wrongdoing accountable.

The paper leak scandal has not only raised concerns about the integrity of the recruitment process but also highlighted the need for stringent measures to prevent such incidents in the future. The Enforcement Directorate’s action sends a strong message that those attempting to manipulate the system for personal gain will face legal consequences.

Meanwhile, investigations into the case are ongoing, with authorities striving to uncover all aspects of the scam and bring the perpetrators to justice. The attachment of assets worth Rs 1 crore marks a significant step forward in the pursuit of justice and the restoration of transparency in the recruitment process.

As the Enforcement Directorate continues its efforts to dismantle the network behind the paper leak, the public awaits further developments in the case, hoping for swift and decisive action against all those involved in perpetrating this fraudulent activity.

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