Two Doctors Arrested-AIMS Question Paper Leak Case

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AIMS Paper Leaks ,Two Doctors Arrested

Two Doctors were arrested by the Delhi Police 13th Jan, as in their connection with their alleged role in the recent leakage of the Post Graduate Medical Entrance Papers of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The Police had arrested Shahi Balender Bakshi and Vimal Dangi who had appeared in the Entrance Exam.

These two doctors are believed to be a part of a well-organized racket involved in leaking question papers of entrance examinations of leading institutions. Earlier, on the same week Police had arrested five persons for allegedly leaking the Exam Papers of Post Graduate Medical Entrance examination and helping some candidates by providing answers over mobile phone and blue-tooth.

The gang had charged the amount of Rs.25-35 lakh from the candidates, and allegedly used a sophisticated software to E-Mail images of the Question paper taken by two MBA's, posing as PG aspirants, using mobile phones and blue tooth concealed in their shirts.

The list says that Dr.Amit Puniya (23)-who was appearing for the Entrance Exam, two MBA's Kapil Kumar (27) and Krishan Pratap Singh (27) and Bhishma Singh (27), a graduate who allegedy helped the gang in using Computers.

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