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Delhi Cop Arrested by UP STF in Police Exam Paper Leak Scandal

The arrest is part of a broader crackdown that has seen more than 400 individuals detained in connection with the case .

By: Team Pardaphash  Pardaphash Group
Delhi Cop Arrested by UP STF in Police Exam Paper Leak Scandal

Lucknow: In a significant development concerning the Uttar Pradesh Police Constable Examination paper leak, the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) has apprehended a Delhi Police constable for his alleged involvement in facilitating a resort in Haryana’s Gurugram for aspirants to access and solve leaked question papers. The arrest marks another stride in the ongoing investigation, which has seen over 400 individuals detained in connection with the scandal.

According to senior police officials, the accused, identified as Vikram Pahal, was taken into custody near the Peripheral Expressway flyover in Baghpat. Pahal, a resident of Jind, Haryana, served as a constable in the Delhi Police for approximately 14 years, having been recruited in 2010.

Investigators revealed that Pahal established connections with Ravi Attri, one of the alleged masterminds behind the question paper leak, through his childhood acquaintance Nitin from Sonipat, Haryana. His involvement in the illicit operation centered around arranging the Nature Valley Resort in Manesar, Gurugram, where around 500 aspirants were reportedly provided access to leaked question papers.

Satish Dhankad, the owner of the Nature Valley Resort, was apprehended from his hideout on March 21. Additionally, investigations are ongoing regarding the alleged involvement of Shiv Maha Shakti resort in Rewa, where approximately 300 aspirants were facilitated with similar access to question papers.

Earlier arrests of Rajiv Nayan Mishra and Ravi Attri, identified as key figures in the paper leak scandal, have shed light on the modus operandi. Mishra disclosed that aspirants were made to solve the leaked question papers on February 16, just a day before the scheduled recruitment examination on February 17 and 18.

With the arrest of Pahal and continued efforts by the STF, authorities aim to root out the intricate network responsible for jeopardizing the integrity of recruitment examinations. The extensive probe underscores the commitment to uphold the sanctity of the examination process and bring the perpetrators to justice.

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