NEET 2017 Paper Leak : Real OR Fake?


Have you heard about the controversy regarding the NEET 2017 examination. People are asking that the paper got leaked and petite for an re-exam. But have you tried to get into this deeply to know the correct truth behind that.
Well if you want to know the truth behind it then you landed on the right place. Here we are going to discuss the real truth behind the leak controversy of NEET examination.
The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of the Rajasthan police has arrested a gang that tried to leak the NEET question paper. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) successfully conducted the prestigious National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET-UG-2017 Exam on Sunday in offline mode across the country. Meanwhile, the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of the Rajasthan police has  arrested a gang that tried to leak the NEET question paper.

More on the report:

  • As reported, the senior ATS officials said that the team was doing continuous surveillance for the last 15 days
  • As of now, four men each from Delhi and Rajasthan have been arrested
  • Further, the officials also said that 11 candidates, who had paid money to the gang, were also questioned by the ATS
  • However, as reported by HT, the question paper they were purportedly selling didn't match with the one that came in NEET exam 2017

Here's what the official ATS official said:

"The arrested men had taken money from candidates and promised them to leak the question paper of NEET. One of our teams had gone to Delhi and another one was in Jaipur, keeping a watch on the accused," superintendent of police (ATS) Vikas Kumar told HT.
"The men have been identified as Vikram Singh, Bhupendra Sharma, Ashok Gupta and Rahul. Singh and Rahul are from Bihar; Ashok Gupta is a resident of Delhi. Sharma is a government employee in Jaipur."

How much the gang changed?

According to media reports, the gang had taken about Rs 5 lakh from each candidate.
"We have booked all four accused for cheating and further details are expected to come up once the investigation progresses," said Kumar added.
As of now, cases of paper leak have been registered from two states only. 
Candidates had marked the allegedly NEET 2017 leak questions in coded form which cannot be traced by exam invigilator and can be deciphered by them only. This allegation of NEET 2017 paper leak is yet to be verified by police and examination officials. Candidates who had access to questions prior to exam will be at advantage to secure good score and All India rank.
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