UP TET Paper Leak: Shamli accused will be gangstered in paper leak, property will also be confiscated

UP TET Paper Leak: Shamli accused will be gangstered in paper leak, property will also be confiscated

By registering a case of Gangster Act against the accused of leaking the paper of Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET), their property will also be confiscated. In fact, in the TET exam, three printing presses of Noida and Delhi were given the contract of printing. STF believes that the paper has been leaked during printing in the printing press. Only after the arrest of the soldier's teacher brother, it would be known from which printing press the paper was leaked.

STF is taking action ahead

After the arrest of Gaurav Malan, a resident of Hajiyapur Tappal in Aligarh, it became clear that the kingpin of leaking the paper is innocent Chaudhary, a resident of Gonda, Aligarh. Innocent is a teacher in a primary school in Aligarh. Innocent's brother Updesh Chaudhary is a constable in the UP Police, whose deployment was going on in Agra. Innocent and Updesh are absconding after the cancellation of TET exam. No location of the innocent's companion Vishnu is also being found. On the other hand, the investigation of Shamli police is also progressing. Action is being taken against Gaurav Malan, Dharmendra, Monu, Ravi, arrested by the STF, under the Gangster Act, so that their property can be confiscated under 14A.

Paper was sold for five lakh rupees

STF CO Brijesh Singh told that only after the arrest of innocent and Vishnu will know from which printing press the paper was leaked. Please tell that innocent had sold the paper to Gaurav Malan for five lakh rupees. Gaurav Malan sold the paper to Ravi, Dharmendra, Bablu and Monu for two lakhs each. The above four accused had collected 50-60 thousand rupees for teaching the paper to the candidates.

Complete record being searched

The arrested accused have also sat in other competitive examinations. His big gang is spread in other states also. The STF has also searched the old records of the accused who went to jail.

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Know how the police reached the thieves in Meerut with the help of CCTV

Know how the police reached the thieves in Meerut with the help of CCTV

 On Tuesday, the police exposed the incident of stealing cash and valuables by breaking the locks of the shop in Kankarkheda. On the basis of CCTV footage, police arrested three accused and recovered stolen goods from their possession. All three were sent to jail by the police in judicial custody.

this is the case

Kankarkheda Inspector Subodh Saxena said that on the night of January 16, Sunil Sharma, resident of Kankarkheda, had lodged a complaint of theft in the shop. The miscreants broke the lock of Sunil Sharma's Vijay automobile shop and stole thousands of cash, battery from the car parked there, spare parts of the car and other valuables. The three miscreants were caught in the CCTV camera installed outside the shop. When the police checked the footage, the miscreants were imprisoned for committing theft. Based on the footage, the police started the miscreants. On Tuesday, the police arrested the thieves RK son Napa, Anees son Zainul and Babu son Lalaram, residents of Jawaharnagar on Rohta Road. On the spot of the three miscreants, the police also recovered the stolen goods.

Vehicle thief arrested with stolen bike

Meerut. Kankarkheda police station has arrested a vehicle thief with a stolen bike. Inspector Subodh Saxena said that Nitin, a resident of New Govindpuri, had filed a case of bike theft a few days ago. Since then the police was on the lookout for the vehicle thief. On Tuesday, the police was checking the vehicle on Sardhana Road. Meanwhile, the police signaled a young man riding a bike to stop. On seeing the police, the youth tried to run away by taking a U-turn. But, the police laid siege and arrested the young man. During interrogation, the bike present with the youth was stolen. The vehicle thief has been identified as Sunny, a resident of Kankarkheda.

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