The Crime Investigation Department (CID) officials stumbled upon with the fresh evidence suggests that at least Rs 3 crore transactions have taken place in the Eamcet-2 paper leakage. With the arrest of three-four persons on Wednesday, the agency connected the dots of the syndicate formed by the consultants and brokers.
The CID officials are likely to submit a report to state government on Thursday in connection with the scam. The sleuths have found that the leaked papers were sold to 30 ‘contracted’ candidates for Rs 10 lakhs each by brokers- Rajgopal Reddy, Vishnu, Thirumal and Ramesh Kumar-. Totally 30 students are believed to have received the Eamcet-2 question paper 48 hours before the exam for Rs 10 lakh in advance. CID officials suspect that the question papers of previous Eamcet 1 may also have been leaked. This startling revelation was made by the investigators while disclosing details in which Rajagopal Reddy was declared as part of the scam. Reddy, a native of Bengaluru was involved in the question papers’ leaks in Karnataka and also previous PG Medical Entrance Tests (PGMET) in 2014.
Those who bought the paper practiced over it, sitting in Mumbai and Bengaluru as any kind of clue outside would put them in trouble.
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