At Suresh Dhaka's coaching facility, who is the primary suspect in the leak of the second-grade teacher exam paper in Rajasthan, a bulldozer has been deployed. For this, the JDA administration was ready. A group of JDA representatives visited the Adhigam Coaching Institute on Friday to measure the structure. The cops saw a contradiction in this. The JDA had now made the decision to remove the incursion. Apparently, a notification was also published for this.
Suresh Dhaka is the leader of the paper leak gang, which was discovered during the investigation. He owns a tutoring facility in Jaipur called Adhigam, and the government has started using a bulldozer to remove its illegal portion. A sizable crowd had assembled there early in the morning to observe this action. The coach owner and the building owner had lately received a notice regarding this issue from the Jaipur Development Authority.
According to section 32, building owner Anil Agarwal and director of the learning coaching institute, Bhupendra Saran, violated the rules by engaging in a commercial activity set back in a residential neighborhood, encroaching on the road boundary, and removing a balcony from the road boundary, according to Raghuveer Saini, Chief of JDA's Enforcement Wing. Notices of 72 hours were given to Chhaju Lal Jat, Dharmendra Chaudhary, and Suresh Dhaka. On which the demolition procedure was started on Monday morning after not receiving a satisfactory response. This structure stood at the intersection of a 30-foot road. In here and the road boundary, a balcony was built.