CBSE AIPMT 2015 Paper has Leaked

Answers to as many as 90 questions in the All India Pre Medical/ Pre Dental Test (AIPMT) 2015 got leaked half an hour before the exam on May 3 through Whatsapp and messages. The government of Haryana has officially cancelled the examination after police arrested 4 people of Rohtak in the case – which included 2 BDS doctors, 1 MBBS student and one other person called Rajesh. It is believed that the mastermind of the AIPMT scam was Roop Kumar Dangi who sent the answer keys to over 200 candidates across India.

 

 

According to the sources, MBBS student Ravi Narang was the whistleblower in the AIPMT racket. He was the one to report to the police that a boy had AIPMT answer key with him even before the exam. However, the police arrested Ravi instead of taking action against the real culprits. Only when the case came in media limelight, the police was forced to take action and start investigation.

 

The candidates who received the answers hailed from various states – including Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. It is believed that the AIPMT question paper was solved in Rajasthan and was sent to the candidates through high-tech bluetooth devices attached to candidates’ undergarments which were especially from Delhi for the purpose.

 

 

Dangi, who is a suspended government employee, is still elusive. The police has been interrogating 9 candidates who said that they had paid Rs 15-20 lakh each to the gang for the paper leak.

 

About 6.3 lakh students had registered for the AIPMT 2015 exam. The exam was conducted at 106 exam centres.

 

The new dates for AIPMT exam have not been declared yet.

 

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