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IB first admits then rejects MMS victim

tabloid Updated: Jul 16, 2011 12:52 IST
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She was given an appointment letter and later rejected because she is a MMS scandal victim! Six months back, she was handed an appointment letter for the post of inspector at the Intelligence Bureau and now her candidature has been rejected stating 'conduct issues'.

The Karavali MMS victim has applied for the job six months back and was selected. Later, when the Central Intelligence Bureau conducted a background check on her, they realised their mistake, Mid-Day reported.

Following the background check, the IB issued a notice to Soumya stating that she had been rejected because her background check revealed that her conduct was 'questionable'.

"The post she was selected for is very crucial and candidates should be of high caliber in all aspects," said a senior officer from the department told the tabloid.

What is Karavali MMS scandal?

The victim, who was in a relationship with Ashwath Goankar, severed ties with him in 2010. She changed her number and started maintaining her distance from him. Spurned by her actions, he decided to post clips and images of the two having sex on the Internet.