Rajnish B.Bhatia vs Cbi & Ors. on 9 September, 2015

1. The petitioner challenges the order dated 12.2.2015 passed by
learned Special Judge, CBI-05, Patiala House Courts, New Delhi in
CC No.56/2012 and CC No.2/2013 whereby joint trial of the aforesaid
two separate cases have been ordered by taking resort to Section 219
of the Code of Criminal Procedure. By the same order, the Court
below has directed the recording of prosecution witnesses of CC
No.2/2013 in CC No.56/2012.
2. On 20.4.2012, CBI registered an FIR vide RC
No.221/2012/E006 alleging leakage of the technical General Paper
CPLT/ATPLT (Paper-I) of Pilot License Examination, January-2012,
which was conducted at various examination centres throughout the
country on 15th March, 2012. It was alleged in the aforesaid FIR, that
before commencement of examination, the Chief Examination Officer
(hereinafter ‘CEO’ for short) received a telephonic information that
the technical general question paper has been leaked. On being asked
to name and disclose the identity, the Secret Informer told that he had
received such question paper through an email on 14.3.2012 in the
night. The aforesaid informer was asked to forward the email along
with the question paper on the email address of the CEO. Eleven
pages of the question paper were forwarded to the CEO.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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