On Friday, the CID captured a 52-year-old "agent" for professedly gathering Rs 1.73 crore from guardians of 14 understudies.
Telangana Government has chosen to scrap Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test-2, 2016 after CID report affirmed paper spill.
The Telangana CID, testing the hole of restorative EAMCET-II question paper, has one Friday captured a 52-year-old "agent" for professedly gathering Rs 1.73 crore from guardians of 14 understudies, taking the aggregate number of persons in care to three.
Shaik Ramesh pseudonym Raheem, hailing from Prakasam region of Andhra Pradesh, was captured at Boduppal on the city edges this evening. "This representative acquired 14 understudies from different spots in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and took them to Pune camp, where they were given practice with spilled question paper", the office said.
Of the Rs 1.73 crore, he paid Rs 1.2 crore to another merchant who took the understudies to the Pune camp. CID said Rs 15 lakh was saved in ledger of his companion. A measure of Rs 37.5 lakh was seized from Ramesh's ownership, CID said, including endeavors are to capture different agents and kingpins behind the hole.
CID on Thursday captured two persons and found that two arrangements of the paper were spilled preceding the examination directed recently. The office has additionally recognized some suspected brokers amid the examination. "In the examination led in this way, a few intermediaries and sub-dealers having a place with Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Bengaluru and different spots have been distinguished," CID had said.
The team, distinguished as Vishnudhar nom de plume Vishnuvardhan and Thirumal nom de plume Thirumal Rao, were captured from Hyderabad. "Vishnuvardhan and Rao professedly reached understudies, guardians and took around 25 of them to Bengaluru where one Rajagopal Reddy orchestrated routine of inquiries and answers to them (before showing up for the exams)," CID had said.
The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET-II) was led on July 9 and the outcomes were pronounced on July 14. The examination was directed by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad.
With PTI/ANI inputs.