Raid in Patna on information of NEET question paper leak, eight detained latest news today in hindi

Raid in Patna on information of NEET UG question paper leak latest news update 2024

Patna police raid continues

Important changes in the pattern of NEET PG

Latest Updated 06/05/2024: The pattern of NEET to be held on 23 June for admission in Medical PG has been changed. The question paper will be divided into several time bound sections. For example, if there are five time bound sections in the question paper, then each section in this question paper will have 40 questions and 42 minutes time allotted. First you have to complete the time allotted for your section. Only after that we will be able to proceed to the next section. You will not be able to modify the answers after the section time is over. Protest against this has also started.

  • FIR registered in Shastri Nagar police station

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More than 50 candidates were caught across the country

There is information about the question paper of NEET UG examination held on Sunday for admission to MBBS being leaked. After receiving this confidential information, Patna Police started action late in the evening. SSP-cum-DIG Rajiv Mishra has confirmed the action. According to the police, an FIR has been registered in this regard at Shastratti Nagar police station and raids are being conducted at other places including the capital Patna. So far eight people have been detained, including candidates, their parents and people associated with this network. However, NTA has denied that the question paper was leaked. Patna City Co-ordinator PK Singh said that no information about paper leak has been received. The examination was peaceful at all the centres. The suspects have not been caught from any centre. On the other hand, according to police sources, Patna Police was informed from the office of a central agency located in Ranchi about the leak of NEET UG question paper and the suspects involved in it. 

After this, Patna Police raided dozens of places including Shastratti Nagar, Airport, Danapur, Boring Canal Road. A suspect named Rocky was detained from Danapur. Laptop, router and mobile were recovered from him. It is said that some copies of the question paper were sent to different numbers from Rocky's mobile. The copy had arrived on Rocky's mobile at 7 pm on Saturday evening itself. However, whether it was the real question paper or not, police officials are not saying anything at the moment. On the basis of the message received on Rocky's mobile, the police have detained and interrogated eight people, including two from Boring Canal Road and one from Ramakrishna Nagar. The raid also continued till late night.