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Noida: Gang helps candidates crack police exam, 3 held

NOIDA: The Special Task Force (STF) of city police arrested three individuals on Sunday for allegedly impersonating applicants all the way through an exam for recruiting constables for UP police in Mathura.
Police have additionally found some electronic communique gadgets, secret agent digicam, admit playing cards, etc. from their possession. The arrested individuals were recognized as Pawan, Rajkumar and Jivan Singh, all three citizens of Aligarh.

Raj Kumar Mishra, DSP at Noida STF, stated that on Sunday the STF gained information about some folks impersonating within the police recruitment exams. “A crew in an instant carried out a search at an exam centre and located one candidate dubious. On inspection, it used to be found that the accused, Jivan Singh, used to be impersonating within the exam. Police additionally found a student’s exam identification card from his possession,” he added.

During questioning, Singh published that one Pawan used to be the group leader of the racket and the previous best seemed within the exam when directed by way of him.

Police laid a trap and arrested Pawan from the neighbourhood. After his arrest, he published that he had roped in a 3rd partner, Rajkumar, who solved the question papers from outdoor, and shared the answers via bluetooth device with the examinees.

The gang individuals charged Rs five lakh from each and every applicants and helped them qualify within the exams.

“The accused were booked for cheating and impersonation. They have been produced in a local court on Sunday that despatched them to judicial custody. We are investigating the topic to peer if some extra persons are involved within the racket,” stated Mishra.

Police also are having a look out for the scholar who had negotiated for impersonation on his behalf within the exam.

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