Vadodara Forgery In Railway Examination Person Put His Thumb Skin On Thumb Of Friend

Forgery In Railway Exam: To get a railway job in...

Forgery In Railway Exam: To get a railway job in Vadodara, Gujarat, a candidate removed the skin of his thumb by placing it on a hot pan and pasted it (the skin) on his friend’s thumb so that he could do biometric verification. Go through the process and be able to sit in the recruitment exam instead. An official said on Thursday that the skin pasted on the thumb of this fake candidate came out when the examination supervisor sprinkled sanitizer on his hand during biometric verification ahead of the railway recruitment exam held in Vadodara, Gujarat on 22 August.

Arrested for forgery

Additional Commissioner of Police S. M. Varotaria told that the Vadodara police arrested real candidate Manish Kumar and pseudo-candidate Rajyaguru Gupta on Wednesday on charges of cheating and forgery. Both are residents of Munger district of Bihar. A senior doctor said that even if the skin had stuck, they would not have been able to commit the forgery. He told that the age of both is around 25 years and they had passed 12th standard earlier.

According to the FIR lodged with the Lakshmipura police station in Vadodara, the Railways had given the responsibility to a private company to conduct the recruitment test for ‘D’ group vacancies and the examination was held on August 22 in a building in Lakshmipura area in which 600 Candidates had participated.

Verification not done even after repeated attempts

Vatoria said that to prevent duplication, biometric verification of all the candidates was done under which their thumb impression was matched with Aadhaar data through a device. He told that the verification of the candidate named Kumar was not done even after repeated attempts, so the supervisor got suspicious and he sprinkled sanitizer on his hand, which removed the skin on the thumb.

Dr. Rajneesh Patel, Additional Superintendent, Ahmedabad Civil Hospital said that the skin cannot be messed up by sticking it like this. He said, “Fingerprints and streaks on the skin are made of proteins. When a blister is formed due to excessive irritation, these lines get worse. So if someone tries to stick a piece of skin on another person’s thumb, the biometric machines will not be able to recognize it because the skin has lost its original structure.

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