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Doctor, engineer among five arrested in Rajasthan police constable exam cheating case

Atul was arrested by Delhi crime branch police for helping candidates to cheat in NEET (Pre PG) with a similar modus operandi. Yogesh Kumar, is an MBBS student and is pursuing the medical degree from Rohtak Medical College.

March 22, 2018, 10:40 am

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Jaipur police constable exam cheating case: Doctor, engineer among five arrested by SOG.

Jaipur: Rajasthan police’s special operations group has arrested five more people including an MBBS student and an engineer in connection with the gangs involved in helping candidates to cheat in Rajasthan police constable recruitment exam. Those arrested were identified as Atul Batsa, Sandeep Kumar, Yogesh Kumar, Ravi Karan and Heeralal. IG, SOG Dinesh MN said that Atul has a BTech degree. “Atul was arrested by Delhi crime branch police for helping candidates to cheat in NEET (Pre PG) with a similar modus operandi. The crime branch had arrested Atul and his aides. Atul also has a case under section 376 (rape) and SC/ST Act registered against him with Patna police,” said Dinesh MN. Another accused, Yogesh Kumar, is an MBBS student and is pursuing the medical degree from Rohtak Medical College. Sandeep Kumar is also preparing for competition examination. He has appeared in many exams for jobs in the banking sector. Yogesh Kumar had come to Jaipur with Sandeep Kumar. Heeralal was a candidate who had paid the gang to help him cheat in the exam while it was being conducted at Sarsawati Infotech in Malviya Nagar. The SOG has arrested nearly 25 people in connection with the cases of cheating in the Rajasthan police constable recruitment exam. Atul allegedly told the police officials during interrogation that he had come to Jaipur along with his aides to help candidates to cheat in the second phase of the exam. The second phase of the exam was cancelled by the Rajasthan police headquarters (PHQ) on Saturday due to cases of cheating. “Further investigation is going on,” said the officer.

First published: March 17, 2018
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