New revelation in NEET paper leak, dummy candidate has Rajasthan connection

Jhalawar : Rajasthan’s name has also been added to the case of appearing in the NEET exam as dummies. Delhi and Mumbai police, who were investigating the case, had taken 8 students of Jhalawar Medical College with them on 8 May. After questioning them, a student and a girl student of the college were taken into custody on 13 June. The interrogation of the girl from Bhiwadi and the boy from Nagaur in police custody is going on. Both are suspected of appearing in the exam as dummies. It is being told that the students had taken Rs 15 lakh each in exchange for appearing as dummy candidates. The police had earlier caught some students in the case. They have also revealed the names of the students of Jhalawar Medical College.

Most of the students caught are from Rajasthan

Sources said that the students taken away by Mumbai and Delhi police include three students from 2019 batch, two from 2020 batch, one from 2021 batch and four from 2022 batch. These include students from MBBS second year to MBBS final year and internship. Most of them are from Rajasthan.

The college administration kept hiding the incident of the detention of the college students, but the whole incident was revealed after the news was published in Friday’s issue. Information about ten students was sought from the medical college. The college provided all the information at its own level. After that, 8 medicos were called by Delhi Police from their homes for questioning. They were released after questioning. After this, on June 13, Mumbai Police took one boy and one girl student with them. They are currently in police custody. The police is questioning them. Information about the students who are absent after this incident is being given to the higher authorities. Action will be taken according to whatever instructions are given.

There has been a mess in these exams in Rajasthan

Cases of paper leak, copying and sitting of dummy candidates have come to light in many competitive examinations including Teacher Recruitment Exam 2014, Constable Recruitment Exam 2014, LDC Recruitment Exam 2014 and 2016, FCI Watchman Recruitment Exam 2017, Post Office Recruitment Exam 2017, LDC Recruitment Exam 2018, Jail Recruitment Exam 2018, Second Grade Teacher Recruitment Exam 2018, Sub Inspector Recruitment Exam 2021, Fourth Class Employee Recruitment Exam in Ayurvedic Department 2021, Second Class Teacher Recruitment Exam 2022, Rajasthan High Court LDC Recruitment Exam 2022.