Nashik, May 13 (UNI) A case has been registered against seven officers of the selection committee for alleged fraud in the recruitment of 112 posts in the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) in neighbouring Ahmednagar district in 2004.
The seven officers have been accused of using illegal means to select the candidates for their financial benefits, according to anti corruption bureau (ACB) sources.
The seven have also been accused of forging marksheets during the recruitment of the 112 posts of drivers in the MSRTC.
The seven include then regional controller Ramesh Jadhav, then deputy engineer Hemant Patil, then traffic inspector Chandrasekhar Ruikar, then general manager Baldevsingh Pawar, then special district social welfare officer Chintamani Nandedkar, then deputy regional transport officer Vijay Lande, and then regional employee class officer Dattatray Panchwagh.
Meanwhile, the ACG is carried out searches in the residential premises of these seven at various places like Thane, Pune, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Latur, Osmanabad and Ahmednagar.
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