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Arrested Candidate Confesses Leaked NEET Paper Matched Exam Paper

Anurag Yadav, a NEET candidate, has confessed that the leaked question paper he received was identical to the actual exam paper
10:26 AM Jun 20, 2024 IST | Aniket Raj
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Anurag Yadav, the NEET candidate who was arrested in connection with irregularities in the exam results, has confessed that the leaked question paper he received was identical to the actual exam paper.

According to a confession letter circulating online, 22-year-old Yadav, who is the nephew of an engineer deployed at Bihar's Danapur Town Council (Danapur Nagar Parishad), stated that his relative Sikandar Prasad Yadavendu informed him that all preparations for the exam had been completed.

Yadav also mentioned that he was given both the leaked NEET exam question paper and the corresponding answers. In the confessional letter, Yadav stated that when he sat for the exam, the actual question paper he received matched the one provided by his uncle, as he had claimed. The letter also included Yadav's signature.

The Union Education Ministry has initiated action following the alleged irregularities in the conduct of the NEET exam in Patna. Officials have confirmed that on Wednesday, the ministry requested a detailed report from Bihar Police's Economic Offences Unit regarding these issues, according to news agency PTI.

The allegations primarily involve question paper leaks in states like Bihar, sparking protests in various cities and prompting petitions in several high courts and the Supreme Court.

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"A detailed report has been sought from the Economic Offences Unit, Bihar Police, regarding certain irregularities alleged in the conduct of the examination in Patna," a senior ministry official stated. Further action will be determined upon receiving this report.

The ministry emphasized its commitment to maintaining the integrity of examinations and safeguarding students' interests. It was reiterated that severe action would be taken against any individual or organization found complicit in these matters.

The NEET UG examination, which took place on May 5 across 4,750 centers, had approximately 24 lakh candidates. The results, initially expected on June 14, were declared earlier on June 4 due to the expedited evaluation of answer sheets.

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