Paper Leak Law / UGC NET case revealed, paper was being sold on dark net; 9 phones seized

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 24, 2024, 08:53 PM
Paper Leak Law: A big revelation has been made in the ongoing investigation in the UGC NET case. Investigation into the UGC NET case has revealed that the data of the Telegram app of the 9 mobile phones seized has been deleted. After the NET exam was cancelled after the news of the paper leak, the data was found deleted from a total of 9 mobile phones seized. Investigation has found that the paper was being sold on the dark net.

The paper was being sold on the dark net

According to the information received, the help of CFSL is being taken to retrieve the data. Today, the student (Nikhil) from Kushinagar, who was called by the CBI for questioning, was released after being questioned for 6 hours. According to the information, he can be called again for questioning. The paper was being sold through the dark net, this has also been confirmed in the investigation. A big revelation was also made in the NEET paper leak case

The Oasis school manager told that the digital lock in the box which was to be opened to take out the question paper before the exam did not work that day. Actually, there are two locks in it. The box opens as soon as a beep sound is heard at 1.15 pm. But no such sound was heard that day. The observer informed NTA. NTA said that it seems that the sound did not come due to technical problem. Then it was asked to cut it with a cutter. Then the digital lock in it was cut with a cutter, after which the question paper was taken out.

CBI started investigation

CBI has started investigation in the NEET exam paper leak case on the complaint of the Ministry of Education. CBI has registered an FIR in the case under IPC sections 420 (cheating), 406 (breach of trust) and 120B (criminal conspiracy). CBI will also seek an investigation report of their case from Bihar Police. So that the entire matter can be understood on the basis of the investigation done so far.