Delhi Police Criminal Branch Arrests One For Hiring Impersonator For Obtaining Teaching Job


Delhi Police Criminal Branch on Tuesday arrested Ravi Dabas, 38, who used an impersonator to qualify for Delhi’s subordinate services exam in 2018. Dabas was shortlisted for the post of MCD Primary School Teacher by dubious means and joined the post in October. 22, 2019 at SDMC Primary School, Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi.

During the investigation, the accused revealed that he had used the old clean-shaven photograph when filling out the form at the initial stage. While the person impersonating him appeared at the examination center with a beard, which hid the contours of his face. As a result, security agencies and proctors at the test center could not differentiate or identify the person running for him. Dabas graduated from MDU Rohtak, Haryana. He completed his education degree in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Her father is a retired DDA employee and her mother is a retired teacher. Dabas is married and has two children.

Sh. MK Nikhil, Dy. The Secretary (Administrator), Delhi NCT Government, Delhi Subordinate Service Selection Committee, FC-18, Institutional Area, Karkardooma, Delhi, forwarded a complaint regarding identity theft during the examination held for the selection of the elementary school assistant teacher and the MCD school teacher mentioning that despite all the security measures, many candidates managed to get others to appear for the exam in their place. During the investigation, records/information were collected from DSSSB and Asstt. Director, Education, and found that a Ravi Dabas had been selected for the post of MCD Primary Teacher and joined the post on 22.10.2019 at SDMC Primary School, Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi.

During the investigation of the case, a video recording from the examination center, GBSSS Khanpur, No 1 Delhi, dated November 30, 2018, was obtained from DSSSB, Delhi and analyzed. The video recording showed the entrance of the candidates appearing for the exam and also of the exam hall, but the Ravi Dabas could not be identified at the entrance point of the exam center or in the hall. examination in the said video recording, the Delhi Crime said. Plugged. The DSSSB had provided that all applicants appearing had to put their thumbprint on the second copy of the admission card, which was kept by the DSSSB. The thumbprint of the accused Ravi Dabas and the interrogated thumbprint of the candidate appearing taken from the admission card by the invigilator of the examination center were sent to the Fingerprint Office for comparison and it was revealed that defendant Ravi Dabas’s thumbprint was not identical to the thumbprint in question, the Crime Branch said.

Ravi Dabas was taken into custody to find and arrest the co-accused, who had appeared for him during the interrogation. A new interrogation is in progress. (ANI)

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