NEET 2017 Exam: ATS Arrests Five For Cheating Students

Five persons belonging to a gang including a government employee have been arrested from Delhi and Jaipur for cheating medical aspirants. The said gang members had promised students to provide them with National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) question papers.

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NEET 2017 Exam: ATS Arrests Five For Cheating Students

NEET 2017 Exam: ATS Arrests Five For Cheating Students


New Delhi:  Five persons belonging to a gang including a government employee have been arrested from Delhi and Jaipur for cheating medical aspirants. The said gang members had promised students to provide them with National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) question papers. The gang had provided question paper to some students on Saturday night for the exam which was held yesterday. None of the questions in the question paper provided matched with the questions asked in the exam so the paper cannot be considered leaked. 

According to PTI, the members held had promised ten students to provide them with the question paper in return for Rs. 5 lakh from each student. ADG ATS Umesh Mishra told PTI that some of the students had paid part of the money to get hold of the question paper. 

He told that the students were provided question paper on Saturday night however none of the questions in the paper were asked in the actual NEET question paper. He said that this was not a case of paper leak but of duping desperate medical aspirants. 

Additional SP Bajrang Singh, who was the in-charge of the operation, told PTI that the accused were under the ATS radar for the last few days. The ATS team in Delhi caught Ashok Gupta and Rahul while the Jaipur team detained Vikram Sinha, Vikas Sinha and Bhupendra Sharma. Bhupendra Sharma, who is a government employee, is a livestock assistant in the state animal husbandry department.

All five caught have been placed under arrest for cheating under various IPC sections including 420 (cheating), 468 (Forgery for purpose of cheating) among others and will be produced in a court today.

Three students in Jaipur and eight students in Delhi were also questioned by ATS but they were allowed to go after interrogation and not arrested as the paper was not leaked. 
ADG Mishra said that the arrested accused are connected with a gang operating from Bihar. There are few more arrests likely to happen in this case. 

(With Inputs from PTI)


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