Sessions Court rejects anticipatory bail of pvt coaching classes owner in paper leak case


Mumbai, Dec 30 (UNI)- A sessions court here rejected the anticipatory bail plea of private coaching classes owner, who is allegedly found to be involved in the case registered after a paper of TYBCom was leaked and found on the mobile phone of one of the students.

While rejecting the plea, the court in its order said that the incidents of paper leaks are increasing day by day and it has adverse effects on the society, especially hardworking students who are the ultimate victims of this syndicate.

The accused Rajesh Sharma, 36, who run private coaching classes, had moved the sessions court for anticipatory bail after he feared arrest in connection with the case registered at Azad Maidan police station in October.

According to prosecution, on October 31, a student by name Ansha Meghji Sandha alleged to have received the question paper of Third Year BCom from one Suraj Nepali on WhatsApp.

During the investigation, police had arrested Rajanikant Madanlal Mourya, who was working as a computer assistant, for allegedly clicking the photos of question paper and leaking it.

The police in further probe found links between Mourya and Sharma. Fearing arrest, Sharma approached the sessions court for anticipatory bail.

In his plea accused had denied all the charges levelled against him and claimed that there is no material against the present applicant to show his nexus with the co-accused. After hearing the prosecution and defence at length, the court rejected the plea.

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