JEE Main 2020 : Assam JEE Mains Topper Four Others Sent To 5-Day Police Custody

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In the JEE Main Examination 2020, the accused student of rigging Neil Nakshatra Das, his father Dr. Jyotirmoy Das and three others have been sent to five days police custody. He was produced before the Guwahati Chief Judicial Magistrate Court. Assam topper Neel Nakshatra Das of JEE Main Examination is accused of putting his place in the exam to another and secured 99.8% marks. Neel Nakshatra, his father Dr. Jyotirmaya Das and three employees of the examination center in Guwahati were arrested on Wednesday.

According to the FIR lodged by Mitradev Sharma at the Ajara Police Station in Guwahati, the student who had scored 99.8 percent marks in JEE Main was not sitting for the examination on September 5.

Guwahati’s Admn. DCP (West) Suprativ Lal Barua said, ‘A complaint has been filed in this regard on 23 October. We have constituted a special investigation team to investigate the allegations. It has been alleged in the FIR that the student made someone else sit in his place in the examination.

The FIR alleged that the candidate had to appear for the JEE examination at a center in Borjhar in the city. But after completing the biometric attendance formalities, he came out of the examination hall with the help of an inspector and someone else took the exam instead of that student.

The DCP said that the matter came to light after the student who took the JEE examination allegedly admitted it himself during a phone call. Till now we have not seen such a case regarding examination.

Guwahati’s Admn. DCP (West) Suprativ Lal Barua said, ‘A complaint has been filed in this regard on 23 October. We have constituted a special investigation team to investigate the allegations. It has been alleged in the FIR that the student made someone else sit in his place in the examination.

The FIR alleged that the candidate had to appear for the JEE examination at a center in Borjhar in the city. But after completing the biometric attendance formalities, he came out of the examination hall with the help of an inspector and someone else took the exam instead of that student.

The DCP said that the matter came to light after the student who took the JEE examination allegedly admitted it himself during a phone call. Till now we have not seen such a case regarding examination.

The complainant claims that the student’s parents are doctors. He gave Rs 15 to 20 lakhs to a private coaching institute in Guwahati for this work.

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