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APPSC Scam: Accused Tanyang Gaduk Granted Interim Bail For 20 Days

First Published: 8th December, 2022 15:45 IST

As per sources, he was granted bail on medical grounds, while the court rejected the other accused's request for bail

Reported by Marina Dai

The Yupia Session Court in Arunachal Pradesh today granted interim bail to Tanyang Gaduk (57) for 20 days who was arrested in connection with the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) paper leak scam.

As per sources, he was granted bail on medical grounds so that he can avail of medical facilities at Gangaram Hospital Delhi.

The Session Court on December 7, 2022, heard a bail petition by as many as six accused who were arrested in the initial stage in connection with the paper leak case, said Advocate Kagam Bagra.

However, the judgments were reserved yesterday by the session court due to the prolonged and lengthy argument, Bagra added.

The six accused who filed bail plea are–Tanyang Gaduk, Thomas Gaduk, Kenjom Bagra, Kendar Bagra, Iken Bagra, and Opet Mibang.

While, Tanyang Gaduk was given interim bail for 20 days, the court rejected the other accused’s request for bail.

It may be mentioned that Tanyang Gaduk is the father of Thomas Gaduk (26) who is a AE exam candidate.

The Special Investigation Cell (SIC) of Arunachal Pradesh Police so far arrested 31 persons in connection with APPSC paper leak scam.

The AE (civil) question paper leak case has been handed over to the CBI.

The SIC is investigating all the other cases based on several FIRs filed by the aggrieved aspirants.

The SIC is investigating cases since 2014 related to the paper leak case.

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