In a startling development, the Bihar Police Constable recruitment examination was marred by a significant incident – the Bihar Police Paper Leak. Several candidates attempted to cheat the system by using electronic devices to access answers during the exam.
Fortunately, authorities managed to apprehend these individuals before their elaborate plan could succeed. What makes this incident stand out is the audacious tactic employed by some candidates who concealed electronic devices within their undergarments.
In this article, we provide an in-depth look at this incident, shedding light on the unfolding events and the measures taken to preserve the integrity of the recruitment process.
The unfolding of the Bihar Police Paper Leak incident
During the first phase of the written examination, held on a Sunday, six candidates were caught in the act at Ram Krishna Dwarka College in connection with the Bihar Police Constable recruitment. What’s particularly concerning is the recovery of handwritten answers to the examination questions from these individuals. Upon close examination, it became evident that these answers matched the questions posed in the exam almost perfectly.
Responding swiftly to this alarming discovery, the Center Superintendent filed a First Information Report (FIR) and handed over the six candidates, along with their Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) sheets and question papers, to the Kankarbagh Police. Investigation revealed that these candidates had been surreptitiously copying answers from an undisclosed answer key within the examination center.
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Simultaneously, in the Chhapra district of Bihar, another group of individuals aroused suspicion, leading to the arrest of 21 candidates. Among them, 11 were attempting malpractice using electronic devices secretly concealed within their undergarments. The authorities acted promptly to apprehend these individuals before their illicit plans could materialize.
In a twist of events, it was discovered that an individual stationed outside the examination center was guiding the candidates via a walkie-talkie. Additionally, ten individuals were apprehended for attempting malpractice through conventional paper-based methods. The swift intervention by the police thwarted further misconduct and ensured the integrity of the examination process.
The arrested candidates and ongoing investigations
The individuals taken into custody in connection with the Bihar Police Paper Leak include Manu Kumar, Arvind Kumar, Rajneesh Kumar, Vimal Kumar, Ravi Ranjan Kumar, and Rashan Kumar. Kankarbagh Police Station in-charge, Ravi Shankar Singh, confirmed the recovery of handwritten answers from these candidates. Investigations are currently underway to ascertain the origin of these answers and the identity of those responsible for providing them.
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Furthermore, four scholars were apprehended at an examination center in Bhupatipur, with the discovery of a mysterious chit. This finding is currently under investigation as authorities delve deeper into potential links to the Bihar Police Paper Leak.
As investigations proceed, authorities remain steadfast in their commitment to upholding the integrity of the recruitment process and ensuring that only deserving candidates secure positions within the Bihar Police Constable force. This incident serves as a stark reminder of the vigilance required to safeguard the sanctity of crucial examinations like this one.
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