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The Special Task Force (STF) has busted a major breach in the Group D examination of the Railways by arresting six vicious members of the Solver Gang. This gang takes a contract from providing the answer keys of the question paper to the candidates for five to ten lakh rupees to copying. An officer of TCS, a company conducting online examination, is also involved in the gang. The STF has arrested these vicious men from RD Engineering and BBDIT College, Muradnagar, which has been made an examination center by laying a trap.

Brijesh Kumar Singh, Additional Superintendent of Police of STF Field Unit Meerut said that on Tuesday, Ashish Kumar, resident of Chhaprauli Kurdi, Baghpat of Solver Gang, Pradeep Panwar, resident of Budhana, Muzaffarnagar, Sachin Malik, resident of Modinagar, Ghaziabad, Vipin of Muradnagar, Rupak alias Revati Sharan and Netrapal has been arrested. Six mobile phones have been recovered from them. Netrapal is an executive in TCS. He was giving duty in the BBDIT College which was made the examination center.

Sachin works as a lab technician in RD Engineering College. He was giving the duty of Room Inspector. All the accused have worked in IT companies. The gang had also got a candidate copied in the third shift of the examination held on August 24. He had also taken a contract for copying in Tuesday’s examination but could not get it done. Many more disclosures can be made from the call details of their mobile. They used to take total contracts of five to ten lakhs. Of these, three lakh answer sheets had to be prepared and sent to the examination center. The employee giving duty used to take 50 thousand to provide the answer sheet to the candidate.

The gangster engaged in copying as soon as he was released from jail

The gang leader is Ashish Kumar, who along with his partner Kapil takes Uttarmala from Jagbir and Ankit, residents of Haryana, and provides it to Vipin. Kapil, Jagbir and Ankit are absconding. Ankit has gone to jail for copying in the examination of SI of Punjab and has come out of jail two and a half months back. Ashish told that he takes Uttarmala from Jagbir and Ankit of Haryana. They do not know from where they get the question papers. Jagbir and Ankit charge Rs 3 lakh for providing the question paper and answer mala. There are more than 15 members in the gang.

caught the fake answer

During interrogation, Sachin Malik told the police that the Uttarmala Roopak had kept in the bathroom in the examination held on September 6 was wrong. For fear of getting caught, he did not give the answer sheet to the candidate. Rupak used to give him fifty thousand rupees for doing this work. Rupak told that in RD Engineering College, a candidate had to copy. He had taken a contract from him for six lakh rupees.

not our employee

Chief Administrative Officer of RD College says that Sachin Malik has no relation with the college. He belongs to TCS only.

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The Special Task Force (STF) has busted a major breach in the Group D examination of the Railways by arresting six vicious members of the Solver Gang. This gang takes a contract from providing the answer keys of the question paper to the candidates for five to ten lakh rupees to copying. An officer of TCS, a company conducting online examination, is also involved in the gang. The STF has arrested these vicious men from RD Engineering and BBDIT College, Muradnagar, which has been made an examination center by laying a trap.

Brijesh Kumar Singh, Additional Superintendent of Police of STF Field Unit Meerut said that on Tuesday, Ashish Kumar, resident of Chhaprauli Kurdi, Baghpat of Solver Gang, Pradeep Panwar, resident of Budhana, Muzaffarnagar, Sachin Malik, resident of Modinagar, Ghaziabad, Vipin of Muradnagar, Rupak alias Revati Sharan and Netrapal has been arrested. Six mobile phones have been recovered from them. Netrapal is an executive in TCS. He was giving duty in the BBDIT College which was made the examination center.

Sachin works as a lab technician in RD Engineering College. He was giving the duty of Room Inspector. All the accused have worked in IT companies. The gang had also got a candidate copied in the third shift of the examination held on August 24. He had also taken a contract for copying in Tuesday’s examination but could not get it done. Many more disclosures can be made from the call details of their mobile. They used to take total contracts of five to ten lakhs. Of these, three lakh answer sheets had to be prepared and sent to the examination center. The employee giving duty used to take 50 thousand to provide the answer sheet to the candidate.

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