2 arrested in Noida for impersonating candidate in SSC multi-tasking exam

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The suspects — recognized as Rahul Raj (24) and Deepak Kumar (23) — are citizens of Bihar’s Bhabhua and Rajasthan’s Alwar, respectively. Raj changed into acting on behalf of Deepak, stated police

Police on Thursday arrested someone for allegedly impersonating as a candidate withinside the group of workers choice commission (SSC – Multitasking) exam held at a centre in Noida Sector 62. The real candidate has additionally been arrested, stated officers on Friday.

The suspects — recognized as Rahul Raj (24) and Deepak Kumar (23) — are citizens of Bihar’s Bhabhua and Rajasthan’s Alwar, respectively. Raj changed into acting on behalf of Deepak, in step with the police.

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Vinod Kumar, station residence officer (SHO), Sector fifty eight police station, stated, “Deepak had registered himself as a candidate, however Rahul changed into going to seem on his behalf. The suspects had entered the exam corridor with admit playing cards having the call of Deepak. They had deliberate that Deepak could supply his finger prints and Rahul could seem for the examination on his behalf. But the invigilator noticed them with the equal admit card and knowledgeable the police,” he stated.

Police arrested Deepak together along with his authentic Aadhaar card, and Rahul changed into wearing Deepak’s solid Aadhaar card. During interrogation, the 2 suspects advised police that they have become pals whilst reading collectively in Mukherjee Nagar in Delhi. “Rahul is exceedingly exact in research and he had promised to clean the examination for ₹1 lakh,” stated SHO Kumar.

A case has been registered in opposition to the duo below Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 420 (cheating), 468 (forgery for cheating) and 120B (crook conspiracy), and sections 3, 6,nine and 10 of Uttar Pradesh Public Exam (Prevention of Unfair Means) Act, 1998.

“The suspects can be produced earlier than a court, and despatched to judicial custody on Saturday,” stated SHO Kumar.