Government Recruitment Examination Racket Busted Out, Two Delhi Police Constable Held

Nidhi Gahlot | November 30th, 2020 . 1:55 am




Noida Police has busted out a racket involving impersonators of candidates for various government recruitment exams. Nine people including two Delhi police Constables were arrested for allegedly being part of the racket. The suspected were handed over to the police of Sector 58 after an undercover operation was launched by the police.

The Police has busted out the gang after three persons were detained for trying to appear for the Delhi Police recruitment exam in Noida. According to the Noida Police, the gang has involved in at least 100 such cases of fraud. The racket has made about crores of rupees from this fraud.

Noida Police has also revealed that the gang has used a software application to morph the pictures of the actual candidate and the impersonator. The same has been used to prepare a fake identity proof. The gang had several impersonators, so they often tried to send in one who resembled a bit the actual candidate.


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