The NEET 2021
Jaipur police have detained eight persons in a case of cheating and paper leakage during the National Eligibility Cumulation Entrance Test, NEET 2021. This includes a contestant whose family is said to have agreed to pay Rs. 30 lakh for the paper to be solved. Aside from the candidate,
Seven people have been arrested, including the centre's in-charge, for allegedly leaking papers and cheating in the NEET exam on Sunday.Dineshwari Kumari, an 18-year-old candidate, her uncle, invigilator Ram Singh, in-charge of the exam center's administration unit Mukesh, and four others were arrested by police in connection with the cheating ring. DCP Richa Tomar provided the circumstances of the occurrence when speaking about the case.
The accused used his cellphone to send the paper to a solver at a different place who assisted with the answer.She described how, after the exam began, accused Ram Singh and Mukesh took images of the question paper on their phones and transferred them over WhatsApp to two males in a Jaipur residence in the Chitrakoot region. After that, the question paper was forwarded to someone in Sikar, who solved it."The men (in Sikar) forwarded the answer key to the two men in Chitrakoot who then forwarded it Mukesh.
Mukesh then forwarded it to Singh. Singh helped Dineshwari solve the paper with the help of the answer key," she stated."The deal was finalised for Rs 30 lakh of which Rs 10 lakh was to be given soon after the exam is over," she added.Outside the centre, the candidate's uncle was apprehended with Rs. 10 lakh in cash. The money, as well as the phones, were seized, and the suspects were apprehended.
A team has been dispatched to Sikar in order to apprehend the guys involved in the paper's solution.The police also arrested Anil, the proprietor of an e-Mitra centre, and the owner of a coaching centre in Alwar's Bansur. Anil is said to have acted as a middleman, introducing the candidate and her uncle to others who helped assist the cheating.
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