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JAMMU: The infamous Rajasthan fake licence scam on Wednesday took a new twist with reports suggesting that the charge-sheet presented in the designated court had no mention of any Jammu and Kashmir cadre civil services officer.
Sources told STATE TIMES that Rajasthan Police had sought certain information from Jammu and Kashmir Home Department last year in August-September with regard to some documents related to renewal of licences from Jammu, Kathua, Udhampur, Kupwara, Baramulla and some other districts. The information sought has since been provided, which does not pinpoint involvement of any IAS officer of the J&K Cadre, they said.
The sources debunked the media reports from Jaipur suggesting possible involvement of a J&K cadre IAS officer, adding that the reports seem to be motivated to divert attention from the real culprits. They said that the Rajasthan Police have scrutinised all the documents provided by J&K Home Department before finalising the charge-sheet.
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