FIA Arrests Seven Trainee Sub-inspectors For Cheating In Recruitment Test
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday arrested its seven trainee sub-inspectors for using unfair means in written exams to get appointments or promotions in the federal agency.
Following a thorough investigation, the FIA said its Anti-Corruption Cell (ACC) in Islamabad had registered cases against seven staffers.
The agency added that it had received complaints via its social accounts that some candidates had cheated in the writing exam of its Open Testing Service (OTS). Following the complaints, FIA Director General Wajid Zia had issued inquiry orders to the ACC in Islamabad.
Top PPSC officials are also involved in selling PPSC papers through Taswar Goraya’s gang.
Complying with the orders, the FIA called back the candidates who were undergoing training after clearing the written test. The officials said the successful applicants were made to sit fresh exams conducted by the agency wherein some of them secured very low marks in the newly-conducted test.
A forensic analysis of the handwriting and signatures of the candidates was also conducted, they said, adding that after it was established that seven of them had cheated in the exams, they were arrested and cases were registered against them. Officials said investigations were underway to find those who facilitated the accused.
PPSC Paper leak scandal – A new gang involved in PMS paper leaks
Significant evidence has been also found regarding the sale and purchase of PPSC papers by of anti-corruption team. According to anti-corruption sources, another gang is operated by a man named Taswar Goraiya, a former employee of the Excise Department. Taswar Goraiya is staying permanently in an expensive hotel in Lahore. Top PPSC officials are also involved in selling PPSC papers through Taswar Goraya’s gang.
Taswar Goraiya is involved in leaking PMS 2020 papers. Anti-Corruption also obtained details of Taswar Goraiya’s bank accounts. Anti-Corruption asked PPSC for a list of invigilators of PMS exams during the last 5 years, but PPSC refused to provide a list of invigilators to Anti-Corruption.