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NEET Controversy: Big reveal of Chintu arrested, 35 students memorized answers, SIM thrown into NIT ditch

Nita Yadav

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Demonstration on NEET paper leak caseImage credit source: PTI

Chintu Kumar, who was arrested in the NEET paper leak scam case, has made several important revelations to the Economic Offenses Unit (EOU) of the Bihar Police during interrogation. It has revealed the names of some people involved in setting up NEET. Chintu said 10-12 copies were printed by a Wi-Fi printer to memorize question papers and answers for about 35 students at Lord and Play School in Khemani Chak, Patna. Biology question paper and answer was first by Rocky. After this came Physics and finally Chemistry.

Rocky is in direct contact with the masterminds of the case, Atul Vats, Anshul Singh and others. His responsibility was to supply question papers in Bihar through Chintu. Rocky currently runs a restaurant on Kadru Road in Chutia Police Station area of ​​Ranchi. He is said to be a resident of Nawada district. The EOU also conducted raids at several other places including Ranchi Hazaribagh in Jharkhand last night in search of Rocky.

The accused broke the SIM and threw it away

Chintu also gave the NEET question paper to some people of the Sanjeev Mukhia gang so that these people could also earn money by setting up. Some of his students were also giving exams in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand. To carry out the entire conspiracy to set up NEET, Chintu purchased 5 mobile phones and SIM cards from different companies based on forged documents. It was through these numbers that he used to talk to his clients Nitish Kumar and Amit Anand and others. But, when Sikandar and others were caught, they broke the SIM and threw it at NIT Ghat.

CBI has registered an FIR and started investigation

Here, the CBI has conducted an investigation in the NEET-UG case and registered an FIR under Sections 20-B (criminal conspiracy) and 420 (cheating). The Bihar and Gujarat governments also issued instructions on Sunday and handed over NEET-UG paper leak cases registered by their police to the CBI. Patna Police arrested five people who were detained from Deoghar in Jharkhand yesterday. All the accused are residents of Nalanda. Their names are Baldev Kumar alias Chintu, Mukesh Kumar, Panku Kumar, Rajeev Kumar and Paramjit Singh.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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