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PSI scam: Accused DySP remanded to CID custody for 7 days

PSI DySP remanded, Kalaburagi
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Kalaburagi:  A local court on Saturday May 7 remanded a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) rank officer arrested in the PSI-CET scam to spend seven days in CID custody.

The accused, Vaijinath Revoor, was the Assistant Commandant of the KSRP at Kalaburagi when he was remanded to CID custody by the 3rd Additional JMFC Court of Kalaburagi.

Revoor was taken into custody by CID sleuths on Friday evening and brought before the JMFC court on Saturday. With Revoor’s arrest, it’s become evident that the Government Polytechnic of Kalaburagi, which also served as a PSI-CET exam centre, is under investigation by the CID.

Revoor was assigned as the custodian of the Government Polytechnic Exam Centre for PSI-CET, and he allegedly allowed room supervisors to submit OMR sheets after 35 minutes of the exams, even though room supervisors are required to submit answer papers to the centre’s custodian immediately.

This allegedly led to answer sheet manipulation. Revoor is the second DySP in CID custody, the first being Mallikarjun Sali, the DySP of Lingsugur in Raichur District.

After Jnana Jyoti English Medium School and MSI Degree College, it is the third PSI-CET exam centre under investigation by the CID.

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