नीट 2024 विवाद: सीबीआई ने झारखंड स्कूल के प्रिंसिपल और स्टाफ से पूछताछ की।

नीट 2024 विवाद: सीबीआई ने झारखंड स्कूल के प्रिंसिपल और स्टाफ से पूछताछ की।

NEET 2024 Controversy: CBI Interrogates Jharkhand School Principal and Staff.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is probing the NEET 2024 paper leak case, interrogating principals and staff members of Oasis School in Hazaribagh and visiting the State Bank of India (SBI) branch involved.

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NEET 2024 Controversy: CBI Interrogates Jharkhand School Principal and Staff.

In a recent development in the NEET 2024 controversy being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), a 12-member CBI team interrogated principals and staff members of Oasis School in Hazaribagh.

The CBI team arrived in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand on Tuesday evening and visited the school on Wednesday. Some members also visited the main district branch of the State Bank of India (SBI), where the bank manager was the custodian of the NEET 2024 question papers. According to a PTI report, the CBI team questioned Dr. Ehsanul Haque, Principal of Oasis School, for hours. Dr. Haque and several staff members were taken to a guest house in Charhi, Hazaribagh for further questioning, which continued until late evening. The principal and two other staff members were released after the interrogation. Dr. Haque denied the question paper tampering allegations, calling them baseless.

Meanwhile, in Patna, two accused in the NEET 2024 paper leak case, Baldev Kumar (aka Chintu) and Mukesh Kumar, were remanded to CBI custody. Currently, 18 individuals are in CBI custody for interrogation. The CBI plans to further question Baldev Kumar and Mukesh Kumar as part of their ongoing investigation.

Earlier this week, a two-member CBI team collected materials related to the NEET 2024 paper leak case from the Economic Offences Unit (EOU) of the Bihar Police, which had been investigating the matter previously. These materials included burnt question papers, mobile phones of the accused, laptops, post-dated cheques, and reference question papers provided by NTA.

Based on this evidence, the CBI team questioned the prime suspect, Sikander Yadavendu, and his associates. The CBI is also expected to file an FIR against some of the accused, who are public servants, for tampering with and destroying evidence.

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