IPS officer Safeer Karim arrested for cheating in UPSC civil services main exam

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Chennai | October 30, 2017 11:34 PM

An Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, aspiring to enter the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), was arrested for cheating in the civil services main exam with Bluetooth equipment, a police officer said on Monday.

IPS, IPS officer, Safeer Karim, Safir Karim arrested, IPS officer arrested, IPS officer cheating in exam, IPS officer cheating in UPSC civil services exam, UPSC civil services main exam, cheating in UPSC civil services main examSafeer Karim, currently an Assistant Superintendent of Police in Tirunelvelli district, was caught talking to his wife in Hyderabad for answers, according to the officer. (Image credit: Facebook)

An Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, aspiring to enter the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), was arrested for cheating in the civil services main exam with Bluetooth equipment, a police officer said on Monday. Safeer Karim, currently an Assistant Superintendent of Police in Tirunelvelli district, was caught talking to his wife in Hyderabad for answers, according to the officer. The officer said being caught for cheating in exams will have a serious effect on Karim’s career.

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