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17 members of the Solver Gang have been arrested as part of a massive operation conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board on the eve of the constable recruitment examination to be held on 17th and 18th February. Of these, eight were arrested by Ghazipur district police and four by STF from Varanasi and Jhansi. The gang caught in Ghazipur includes an Indian Coast Guard and an Army soldier. Also, five people have been arrested in Mau. According to the Ghazipur office, the police busted a gang that was involved in cheating by getting the papers out before the examination. The team has arrested eight criminals from Mirdadpur of Nonhara late on Thursday night. The mastermind of the gang and one of his associates are posted in Indian Coast Guard Porbandar. The other one is in the army. Police have recovered a large number of documents including cash worth Rs 6 lakh and a check of Rs 21 lakh from them.

On Friday, Ghazipur SP Omveer Singh said that SWAT and other teams including police surveillance have been active for a long time to conduct the constable recruitment examination safely. Meanwhile, information was received from a person that some people are taking money from the candidates in the name of cheating in the examination. When the team raided Mirdadpur in Nonhara police station area, eight people were arrested from an under-construction house. Six lakh rupees, a check of Rs 21 lakh, 17 original educational marksheets and certificates, 29 examination admit cards, five sample cheat copies, eight forged Aadhar cards, 14 mobile phones, one WiFi router, one printer, were recovered from them. A four-wheeler and three bikes were recovered. Among the arrested miscreants are Pintu Yadav alias Gopesh Yadav, resident of village Khidirabad police station Kotwali, Sonu Yadav resident of village Khurdpur police station Nonhara, Ramkaran Yadav resident of village Rasoolpur Kanthwara police station Nonhara, Ramakant Yadav resident of village Sahabajkuli police station Nonhara, Kapildev Singh Yadav resident of village Pithapur police station Jangipur, Abhimanyu Yadav. Resident of village Lokvapur (Andhau), Inderjit Yadav resident of village ward number four Guru Sevak Nagar police station Jangipur and Amit Yadav resident of village Nagwa alias Naupura police station Nonhara. Of the arrested gang, two identified themselves as Indian Coast Guard and one as an Army soldier. The jawan posted in the coast guard had reached Banaras by direct flight from Porbandar to leak the paper, while the army jawan had come on leave. The Coast Guard jawan is the mastermind of the gang. Army soldier is posted in Alwar, Rajasthan.

On the other hand, STF arrested two members of the gang, Prince Kushwaha and Vijay Kumar Rai, from Sarnath police station area of ​​Varanasi, who were cheating the candidates in the name of examination. The leader of this gang, Vanshraj Singh Kushwaha, managed to escape by taking advantage of the crowd. The arrested Prince Kushwaha is a resident of Majlepur village located in Balua police station area of ​​Chandauli and Vijay Kumar Rai is a resident of Kotwan village located in Kachwan police station area of ​​Mirzapur district. The absconding accused Vanshraj Singh Kushwaha is a resident of Ghazipur district. Three mobile phones, admit cards of eight candidates, original educational certificates of 32 candidates, plain bank checks with signatures of 24 candidates and stamp papers with signatures of 18 candidates have been recovered from the possession of the accused.

Two arrested in Jhansi also
The STF also busted the gang that was trying to leak the exam papers and arrested two members of the gang from Jhansi. The arrested accused include Monu Kumar, resident of Badi Ramkaur in Kandhla police station area of ​​Shamli district and Rajneesh Ranjan, resident of Amor Mod in Nalanda district of Bihar. One Scorpio Core, one Fortuner car, photocopy of 10 admit cards and three mobile phones were recovered from their possession.