Leaked NEET Paper – Arrested Candidate Admits Match with Actual Exam Paper

Leaked NEET Paper


Author: Hriday Verma

Published: June 20, 2024

In a shocking revelation, Anurag Yadav, a National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) candidate arrested in connection with result irregularities, has confessed that the leaked question paper he received was identical to the actual exam paper. Here are the key details:

Leaked NEET Paper Confession By Anurag Yadav

  • Anurag Yadav’s Admission: In a confession letter accessed exclusively by India Today, 22-year-old Yadav, the nephew of an engineer deployed at Bihar’s Danapur Town Council, admitted that the leaked NEET question paper provided to him matched the actual exam question paper.
  • Uncle’s Involvement: Yadav’s uncle, an engineer, was allegedly involved in leaking the paper. His relative, Sikandar Prasad Yadavendu, informed him that all arrangements for the exam had been made.
  • Leaked Paper and Answers: Yadav also revealed that he was provided with both the leaked NEET exam question paper and the corresponding answers.

‘Mantri Ji’ and Government Bungalow

Hours earlier, India Today accessed a confessional note by Yadavendu, which revealed the alleged involvement of a ‘Mantri Ji.’ This individual allegedly recommended that Anurag Yadav, his mother, and other accomplices stay at a government bungalow in Patna. The Union Education Ministry sought a report from the Bihar Police’s Economic Offences Unit regarding the alleged irregularities in the NEET exam in Patna. The allegations of question paper leaks have led to protests and legal petition.

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Government Commitment: The government is committed to ensuring the sanctity of examinations and protecting students’ interests. Investigations into the NEET irregularities continue, and further action will be taken based on the report from the Economic Offences Unit.

In conclusion, the NEET paper leak scandal has raised serious concerns about the integrity of the examination process. Authorities must address these issues promptly to maintain public trust and uphold the fairness of competitive exams.

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