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NEET UG 2024: Arrested Candidate Confesses Paper Leak to Police, Claims Uncle Gave Question Paper.

Amid the NEET paper leak controversy, Anurag Yadav, a 22-year-old candidate from Bihar, confessed to obtaining leaked exam papers through his uncle, a junior engineer.

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NEET UG 2024: Arrested Candidate Confesses Paper Leak to Police, Claims Uncle Gave Question Paper.

New Delhi: Amid the ongoing controversy over the alleged National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) paper leak, Anurag Yadav (22), one of the arrested candidates from Bihar, has confessed to obtaining the leaked exam papers through his uncle, a junior engineer. "My name is Anurag, age 22, Pay-Sanjeev Kumar, Pay-Parida Police Station-Hassanpur, District-Samastipur. I am giving my statement before the Inspector at Shastri Nagar police station without fear, pressure, or greed," Anurag Yadav stated.

He revealed that while preparing for NEET at the Allen Institute in Kota (Rajasthan), his uncle Sikander Yadavendu called him to Patna and introduced him to Amit Anand and Nitish Kumar. They provided him with questions and answer keys for the exam, instructing him to memorize them. When he took the test the next day, he found that it contained the same questions given to him on May 4. However, he was arrested by the police after the test.

This startling confession came from four individuals arrested by the Bihar Police, including NEET aspirant Anurag Yadav, his uncle Sikander Yadavendu, a junior engineer in the Danapur Municipal Council, and two others, Nitish Kumar and Amit Anand, the alleged masterminds behind the paper leak. According to an IANS report, question papers were provided to certain candidates a day before the exam, with aspirants paying around Rs 30-32 lakh.

They admitted to the police that they received the question papers the day before the NEET, which was held on May 5. Anurag Yadav confessed that his uncle had arranged the NEET papers for him in advance.

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