Crime Investigation Department (CID) today confirmed leakage of EAMCET-2 paper.
It is learnt the CID sleuths took three suspects into custody for interrogation and concluded that the EAMCET-2 paper was leaked. The sleuths also came to a conclusion that about 30 students were benefited with leakage of the paper. The officials were still in search of two key members in the racket. The cops identified that the leak had taken place at Printing Press located in Delhi
The fraudsters took the students to Mumbai and Bengaluru before the examination and gave them paper by entering into an agreement to charge Rs 30 to 50 lakh from each student. The CID officials also detected that the accused persons in the leakage episode also leaked the Medical PG entrance examination paper earlier.
The police examined the call data of principal accused Ramesh and came to know that Ramesh spoke to one of the JNTU Assistant Professors several times. The police also interrogated Assistant Professor. The police decided to interrogate Ramesh, who was absconding, along with Assistant Professor. The four police teams were in search of Ramesh. The full details will be known only after the arrest of Ramesh. Ramesh, who was running
EAMCET Coaching Center in Khammam town, entered into an agreement with 30 students with Rs 15 crore deal. Ramesh also received Rs 10 lakh from each student in advance. (NSS)