Delhi: A Gang hired 150 People to Crack Government Jobs Exams, 4 Arrested: Well, reports are coming that a gang used to charge 10 to 15 lakh per candidate for the government exams, on behalf of the real person they used to take care of exams. Also, the sources are saying that the four men have been arrested in a case involving the alleged leakage of online exam papers for recruitment in government jobs. You all should know that a big protest is taking place in various parts of India, about this scam.
Also, the sources are saying that commonly SSC CGL exam was the target and it is one of the biggest exams which held on every single year by a government organization called the Staff Selection Commission or the SSC. You all may know that the recruitment of posts like tax inspectors, clerical staff, and accountants. It is one of the most popular exams, for which lakhs of candidates appear and this chat is really disgusting.
Overall, the arrests took place last night at north Delhi’s Timarpur area. Reports are coming that, the police said the men had hired around 150 people to hack the system, access the papers, and solve them. Also, the sources are saying that the gang was used to charge 10 to 15 lakh from each candidate, the officials said. Last month, students held massive protests outside the SSC office in Delhi, claiming the papers of the exam that was to be held from February 17 to 22, were leaked.
Also, the screenshots of the objective questions and answers that were doing the rounds on WhatsApp long before the exam was over. Also, this leaked information really made big protest all over the world. Also, the chairman of the SSC denied this, calling the allegations “totally mischievous and baseless”. But it also rescheduled the exams.