New Delhi: Noida Police Station Sector 58 has arrested another person, including seven students, who cracked the Railway Group D examination with the help of modern technology. A person from the solver gang was connected to these seven students via Bluetooth. During the checking inside the examination hall, the eyes of the officials fell on a student. When the student was searched for being suspicious, he spilled all his secrets. After this, other students were also searched from whom Bluetooth was recovered. The examination was done in Sector 62 of the police station area.
Information about this incident was given by the management to the Sector-58 police station. The employee of ION Digital Zone is said to be suspicious in the case, after which the police have started questioning him as well. It is alleged that Praveen Bansal, the maintenance employee of the institute, had admitted the students inside. DCP Noida Harish Chandar told that there was a Group D examination of Railways in the ION Digital Zone located in Sector-62. Micro Bluetooth devices were found near the students who came to appear in the examination held in the first shift. The arrested students have been identified as Ravi Kumar, Deepak Kumar, Monu, Pravendra, Pawan Kumar, Rajat, and Praveen.
The students are from Haryana, Sonipat, Shamli, and Baghpat. The students were told through a message that an employee of the institute would check them and take them inside. However, the students have not yet been told who delivered the Bluetooth device to the students. At the same time, it has come to the fore in the investigation that the vicious men of the Solver gang had come to Noida from Shamli and Baghpat a day earlier. The matter has been given to the police by the officer of ION Digital Zone. In the examination conducted in three shifts, four students were caught in the first shift, two in the second shift, and one student in the last shift.
Giving more information regarding the arrest of the solver gang, DCP Noida Harish Chandra said that in the preliminary investigation, it has come to the fore that Rs 50,000 per student was fixed for this work. During interrogation, the accused told that a person named Praveen had contacted them to pass the examination. For this, one lakh rupees were taken in advance from the students, and later everyone had to pay 50 thousand rupees. The gang leader had told the students that their solver would be present outside the exam, and would answer every question. The solver is also being told to get 30 to 40 thousand rupees in this. At present, police are investigating the matter by arresting the accused.