A recent development in the case of NEET paper leak has come to light where Uttarakhand police has asked officials who solved the Vyapam scam of Madhya Pradesh to help them in solving the case.
According to reports as of now five people has been arrested by the police as they were found selling question papers to candidates.
Latest developments in the case:
- Recently, Uttarakhand Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Swatantra Singh, who is currently investigating in the paper leak case, has contacted Dr Anand Rai for help.
- "I got a call from the Uttarakhand Police to help in their investigation ... have asked them to consult MPSTF chief Sudhir Sahi and Rohtak IG Srikant Jhadav on the same, they are the people who took the investigation ahead," added Dr Anand Rai.
- Further Rai said, "I was surprised to know that Haldwani Police were yet to send mobile phones of paper leak suspects for forensic investigations. This is a case very similar to the paper leak case of MP and needs to be investigated properly."
Further, Rai said "There is no chance of paper leak without involvement of someone from inside CBSE. This has to be probed."
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