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NEET Paper Leak: Arrested Student Reveals Shocking Details to Bihar Police

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The discussion over the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is heating due to new developments. Four men imprisoned in Bihar, India, admitted that a the NEET-UG 2024 examination paper was escaped just hours prior to the exam.

Last week, students all through the nation showed about the supposed NEET-UG 2024 paper avoid and gave out gifts of compassion to over 1,500 students. While the grace marks were later removed and a re-test was offered, the education minister denied any paper leak.

Those arrested include Anurag Yadav, an exam candidate; Sikandar Yadavendu, a junior engineer at Danapur municipal council; and two others, Nitish Kumar and Amit Anand. They acknowledged to receiving a question paper a day prior to the test and reciting it. They verified that identical questions showed up on the test the following day.

Anurag Yadav had admitted, “I received the piece of paper the night before and instructed to recite it. The same questions were in the exam. Afterward, the police caught me, and I admitted what I did.”

Sikandar Yadavendu revealed that Nitish Kumar and Amit Anand claimed they could leak any competitive exam paper for ₹ 30-32 lakh per student. “I agreed and said I had four boys who needed help passing the exam. On June 4, I took them to meet Nitish and Amit, who gave them the question paper. Out of greed, I charged ₹ 40 lakh each instead of ₹ 30 lakh,” he told the police.

On the next day, he got away with the students admission cards throughout a vehicle verify and admitted it.

The situation quickly grew political in nature, in opposition groups claiming the governing party of graft and exam a rigging Rahul Gandhi, who is a Congress leader, stated that BJP-ruled contends served as the “epicenter of paper leaks.”

Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan refused the charges, saying that there was no proof of rigged and claiming opponents of propagating lies.

The Supreme Court, while getting petitions regarding the claimed inconsistencies, criticised the National Evaluation Agency and highlighted that all candidates

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