Police have now arrested 24 people in connection with the fraud at three centres. The arrested accused include two brothers from Gorakhpur district of Uttar Pradesh who paid Rs 27 lakh for the stand-in.,cricket-online-form-2019
The two brothers have been identified as Nilesh Kumar Khairwa and Naveen Kumar Khairwa. They were arrested along with a third person from Jharoda Kalan in Baba Haridas Nagar in Delhi on Wednesday, according to a report in Indian Express.,rummy-guru
basketball-top5,In December 2020, the Delhi Police conducted a written exam for the recruitment of constables.
The Delhi Police SIT probing the case has filed 16 FIRs so far and found links to Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana.,how-many-players-are-there-in-football-in-one-team
"During scanning of the documents, we found out that the same person appeared for the three men. His photo was available in our database. The accused have been arrested and we are trying to find out more details about them," the report quoted a senior police official as saying.,cricket-insect-in-french
norway-handball-league-table,The fraud came to light when officials checked the admit cards of the candidates before their physical exam. To detect any fraud, the Delhi Police, for the first time, took photos of the candidates separately before the exam and that led to discrepancy being exposed.
According to DCP (Recruitment Cell), Shweta Chauhan, the police managed to catch the fraudsters due to several stages of verification during the recruitment exam.,japanese-football-league-live-score