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SSC paper leak: From owner of exam centre to computers, all were fixed

New Delhi: The investigation into the SSC question paper leak case in which four persons were arrested by the Crime Branch on Monday revealed that there were more than 20 candidates who benefited from SSC (Staff Selection Commission) cheating racket.
Police sources told the Millennium Post that during the investigation, the accused told the police that they helped 25 to 30 candidates where they provided Internet connectivity to the computer, downloaded window sharing application, shared the password and helped the applicants in cheating.
Sources further claimed that when asked how many exams they had conducted, they told the investigators that they had conducted four to five examinations where they manipulated with the examination center.
One of the accused named Dured Ali who owns an examination lab in Badarpur area charged Rs 20,000 for conducting cheating in the center. "The accused worked in a chain and Rs 20,000 was just another charge as they used to deal in lakhs rupees for the illegal activity," sources added. A senior police official claimed that they are analyzing the mobile phones of the accused for further clue. "We have identified two labs where cheating was going on and investigation is underway," said the officer.
Recently, a gang of four persons was arrested. The gang started operating in 2011 and they helped candidates in cheating during the examination which was manual but with the time the gang found loopholes in online examination and helped candidates cheat in the SSC online exam by using remote access tool software like Team Viewer.
Police further claimed that it was found that the cheating racket is being run in a very organised manner. It was revealed that the prospective candidates were lured and amount to the tune of Rs 5-10 lakh was being charged from each of them.
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