NEET Solver Gang Case Unravels Further, Fresh Case Registered Against 8
Varanasi: The NEET Solver Gang Case further unravels itself as a fresh case has been registered against eight persons, including the MBBS final year student of King George's Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow, who had been arrested for connections with the NEET solver gang about six months ago.Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that Jaipur Police had busted a 'Munna Bhai' racket linked...
Varanasi: The NEET Solver Gang Case further unravels itself as a fresh case has been registered against eight persons, including the MBBS final year student of King George's Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow, who had been arrested for connections with the NEET solver gang about six months ago.
Medical Dialogues had earlier reported that Jaipur Police had busted a 'Munna Bhai' racket linked to the NEET exam, where a gang of paper-solvers took huge amount of money from candidates and made senior medical students appear in the exam on behalf of them.
The recent case against the medico has been registered on Monday, 15th November 2021 after a complaint was made at the Sarnath Police Station by the father of a medical aspirant.
According to the Commissioner of Police, Sri A Ganesh Satish, the aspirant was preparing for the NEET examination since 2019 by living in Kota, Rajasthan. This year, he went to fill the form for the NEET 2021 exam at a cyber cafe where he met operator, who also runs a medical and engineering education consultancy. He negotiated a deal with the aspirant for ₹15, 00,000 to get him through the NEET exam via a solver, and took his photo and documents to fill the form.
The operator allegedly told Ahirwar that his 7 partners have filled the form by mixing his photo with an MBBS student (solver). For this, ₹50,000 was also given to the operator in advance.
On Monday, sub-inspector Suraj Tiwari, who is investigating the NEET solver Gang case, presented the accused medico and other person, who were already in jail under judicial remand, before the chief judicial magistrate court. The court has granted police 14 days of judicial remand for them.
"Police teams are continuously tracking the whereabouts of NEET solver gang's kingpin PK alias Neelesh of Patna," he added.
King George's Medical University (KGMU) has received a letter from the commissioner of police, Varanasi, regarding the case against the medico. "We have received the letter from commissioner of Police, Varanasi, about ***. Now, action will be decided as per the university statutes and the rules laid down by the national medical commission," said Dr Sudhir Singh, spokesperson, KGMU.
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