Patna. The police of Bahadurpur police station have arrested nine scholars who cheated through Bluetooth and other devices in the constable recruitment examination. The examination mafia had taken the contract to pass the examination for three lakh rupees. As soon as Bahadurpur police got information about this, the DSP formed a team and took several boys sitting under the tree located on the ground near Saidpur hostel into custody, out of which 9 people were arrested till late night. According to the information received, there is also a Jharkhand police constable among the arrested miscreants.
Nalanda gang involved in forgery
If sources are to be believed, the police have arrested six scholars from Nalanda, one scholar each from Kaimur, Gopalganj and Bhojpur. According to police sources, only Nalanda’s gang is involved in this whole forgery. Apart from Bahadurpur, the police and special cell team of Bahadurpur police station also raided Kadamkuan and Pirbahor areas. The police also visited four hostels in these areas. A total of 15 students and suspects have been detained by the police. Police have recovered dozens of mobiles, laptops, dozens of Bluetooth and other electronic devices from these scholars.
Documents found of more than two dozen candidates
At the same time, the police also suspect some old exam mafias. When the police raided, these miscreants were sitting under the shade of a tree and copying the candidates sitting in the examination center through laptop and bluetooth. Documents of more than two dozen candidates have also been received by the police. The police is also investigating these documents.
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Names of many exam mafias surfaced
The source said that after interrogation the names of many exam mafias have come to the fore. The team has raided many places in search of all of them. The DSP himself was interrogating the people taken into custody till late night. The team has also seized mobile and other electronic goods. Mobile is being traced.
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