2 more arrested in Rajasthan Public Service Commission fake degrees case

The police’s special operations group (SOG) brought two more individuals to court on Monday in connection with a complaint filed by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) against two women on March 20 of this year. The two ladies had submitted fake postgraduate degrees for the Hindi lecturer recruitment exam, followed by fake verification letters.

One of the arrested suspects is from Pali and works in the bajri business, while the other is a teacher at a private school in Jodhpur.

With these two more arrests, the total number of persons arrested in this investigation now stands at nine.

Mukesh Soni,  additional SP of SOG, stated that Somesh Godhara, 30, of Jodhpur, and Sunil Vishnoi, 35, of Pali, were detained on Sunday night and brought to court on Monday, where they were granted four days of custody. “We will investigate further to uncover more individuals involved in this racket,” Soni stated, noting that early investigations indicated that both suspects had prepared forged degrees and verification letters from a private university in  Chittorgarh.

At this point, Kamla Kumari, Bharma Kumari, Dalpat Singh (Kamla’s brother), Suresh Bishnoi (Bharma’s brother), deputy controller of examinations Sushil Sharma, section officer Rajesh Singh and Kaushal Kishor, dean of the private university in Chittorgarh, have all been taken into custody by the SOG investigating the case.