The Delhi Police has busted a gang in the national capital that used to write National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) exams in place of actual candidates. A senior officer of Delhi Police says that more arrests are yet to be made. The police have also arrested four students so far including the gang leader.
The four members of the gang are Sanju Yadav, Mahavir and Jitendra along with Naresh Bishroi. Sanju Yadav is reportedly a first-year student of Radiology at AIIMS Delhi who got caught while writing the entrance exam for a client. Mahavir and Jitendra are also students from AIIMS Delhi and have been reportedly arrested from Nagpur.
A member from this gang used to appear in place of real candidates in the NEET exam on a large scale. According to the police, Naresh Bishroi, the leader of the gang is a student of BSc (Radiology, second year) at AIIMS. He had connected with many students of the institutes by luring them with good amount.
During interrogation, the accused, Naresh told that the deal was fixed for Rs 7 lakh for the students for whom he had got the examination done. One lakh rupees each was given in advance. It was decided to pay the remaining Rs 6 lakh later.
As per the India TV report, a first-year student of AIIMS recently appeared in the NEET exam held across the country. They further stated that three such cases of students giving someone else's exam has come to the notice of police.
(with agencies inputs)