After Bihar’s connection with NEET paper leak, police find Maharashtra links to leak

Two teachers, Jalil Umarkhan Pathan and Sanjay Tukaram Jadhav were picked up by the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) on the suspicion that they were involved in the NEET paper leak case. Both teachers used to teach in Zilla Parishad schools while also running private coaching centres in Latur. According to sources, Pathan and Tukaram were released by the ATS after several hours of questioning.

The NEET exam and the UGC-NET have shocked the Indian academic system and the political world with paper leaks being investigated by both central and state level agencies.
The government handed over the case of NEET paper leaks to the CBI in order to protect the interest of the students. The central agency is also probing the irregularities that took place within the UGC-NET, due to which the exam was cancelled. The irregularities included sample papers being available on the dark net worth Rs 5000.

A total of 24 lakh students sat for the NEET UG test on May 5. Everything turned into a fiasco after the declaration of results on June 4. Students alleged over paper leaks and grace marks being given to over 1,500 students in the exam. The protests by lakhs of students who were agitated, forced the government to order a CBI probe into the case.

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