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NEET paper cost Rs 32 lakh, took 40 lakh from student, big revelation in inquiry

Nita Yadav

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Students protesting in NEET paper leak case (PTI)

New revelations continue to emerge regarding the medical entrance exam NEET paper leak case. The four people arrested in the paper leak case have admitted during interrogation that they got the paper before the exam and all the students had memorized the questions and answers before taking the exam. One of the accused said that 30 to 32 lakh rupees were taken from each student in return for leaking the paper. While the accused named Sikandar said that the agent demanded Rs 32 lakh from each student but to earn more he took Rs 40 lakh from each student.

During interrogation, 32-year-old accused Nitish Kumar, a resident of Patna, said that during some work in the office, I befriended Amit Anand and during the conversation, he said that he used to leak papers in any competitive examination and make children pass. . Amit told him that he charges Rs 30 to 32 lakhs from each student for leaking papers.

Go to jail in BPSC paper leak case

Nitish told the police that Sikandar Yadvendra had called the students for the NEET exam on the night of May 4. That night all the students were shown the question paper and they were made to memorize the answers. He also stated that he has also gone to jail for leaking papers in BPSC exams. The Economic Offenses Wing arrested him earlier this year and sent him to jail.

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The arrested Nitish confessed his crime

Another 29-year-old accused in the case, Amit Anand, said that it was I who called the students to my flat for the NEET exam on the night of May 4. There the students were made to memorize questions and answers. Papers have been leaked before me too. Later, after Sikandar was caught, Amit was also caught on his information. Along with this, the police have seized from my flat the admit cards of several exams and burnt remains of NEET exam questions and answers.

’40 lakhs instead of 30-32′

56-year-old Sikandar, the third accused in the paper leak case, said during interrogation that he had befriended Amit Anand and Nitish Kumar in the city council office. Both said that the paper was leaked to them. For this they charge 30 to 32 lakh rupees from each student. I had 4 boys. On the night of 4th May, I took the students to a flat in Ramakrishna Nagar. Students were made to memorize the answers by leaking papers there. I have given each student for his own benefit Rs. 30-32 lakh instead of Rs. Talked about 40-40 lakhs. Sikandar was caught with the admit cards of several students during vehicle checking on May 5.

Paper 40 lakhs

What did accused Sikandar say?

Uncle told me- the setting is done

The fourth accused, Anurag Yadav, a resident of Samastipur, who was arrested in the case, said that he was preparing for the NEET exam while staying at Allen Coaching Center in Kota district of Rajasthan. My uncle Sikandar, who works as a JE in Municipal Council Danapur, called me and asked me to come from Kota. Arrangements have been made here regarding the examination. After reaching Patna, my uncle left me with Amit Anand and Nitish Kumar on the night of 4th May. There I was shown the NEET exam paper. The question paper and answers were copied.

Anurag said that my center was in DY Patil School, when I reached there for the exam, the questions I remembered were correctly included in the exam. However, after giving the exam, the police reached there and arrested me.

Mastermind Sikandar was arrested after the paper leak case came to light. Sikandar, working in the water resources department, was suspended. So far more than 13 accused have been arrested in the paper leak case. This also includes 5 candidates appearing in the NEET UG exam. Apart from Bihar, students from Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra have been called for questioning.

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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