WITH THE arrest of seven individuals, Haryana Police STF mentioned it has busted a paper fixing racket which concerned hacking computer systems and providing solutions to query papers of aggressive exams to candidates for a hefty sum. As many as 1,200 computer systems, 130 onerous disks, six laptops, pen drives, clean cheques and 10 cellphones had been recovered from the possession of the accused.

“The gang used to unravel papers of on-line and offline exams of SSC, CHSL, MTS, Railways, NEET, IIT, constables and different entrance exams at varied centres and cost hefty quantities from the candidates showing for the examination,” a Haryana police spokesperson mentioned, Friday.

These arrested have been recognized as Ashok Kumar alias Shoki of Murthal Sonipat, Monu Kumar alias Physician of Sonipat, Ashish of Gorad, Gori of Dosa in Rajashtan, Aakash of Motinagar in Jaipur, Aakash of Panawala, Jaipur and Ashish of Shamlo in Jind.

STF groups arrested three accused from Nagpur in Maharashtra and remaining from Sonipat district. Ashok and Monu carried a bounty of Rs 1 lakh and Rs 50,000 respectively on their arrest.

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A major probe revealed that Ashok has a community in Jaipur, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Bihar and many others. The gang that operated in a number of states had established labs in Panipat, Mohali, Nagpur, Ganaur. Round 300-400 computer systems had been utilized in every lab. The matter is being completely investigated for additional element, the police spokesperson added.



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