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IPS Officer, 29, Founded Civil Service Coaching, Now Caught Cheating

IPS Officer, 29, Founded Civil Service Coaching, Now Caught Cheating”

Safeer Karim, an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer on probation, was allegedly caught cheating in a civil services test conducted at the Presidency Girls Higher Secondary School in Chennai on Monday.

The Cheena Police said, the IPS officer on probation has been identified as Shafeer Khan. The alleged fraud was detected while he was appearing for the main civil services examinations.

Mr Karim, who had joined Tirunelveli district, 350 km from Tamil Nadu capital Chennai, as a police officer, now wanted to become an IAS officer, the civil service whose members rise to leadership positions in the bureaucracy. The exams which began on Saturday end on November 3. The IPS was identified as Safeer Karim who is now posted at ASP at Nanguneri. "He has told a few of his friends that he felt he couldn't bear the physical strain of the police services", a police officer disclosed.

It was when he was writing the next round of examination that he was caught, the police said.

The officer was reportedly communicating with his wife over the device while writing the exam.

He had diverted the attention of the policemen on duty by handing over one mobile phone near the entrance while managing to get inside with another phone and advanced gadgets. If substantial evidence is discovered, Shabir Karim would be booked under IPC Section 420.



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