According to the Economic Offences Unit of the bihar police, the notorious sanjeev Mukhiya gang coordinated with a group of hackers to obtain the NEET test papers released. Three cybercriminals were among the five jharkhand residents detained in connection with the NEET case, according to the EOU. The police also confiscated several postdated checks and SIM cards from the individuals.
Investigations have shown that the cybercriminals gave sanjeev Mukhiya gang members cellphone cards and refuge. On May 4, the day before the NEET exam, sanjeev Mukhiya—whose son Shiv is already serving a jail sentence for his role in the bihar Public service Commission (BPSC) teacher recruitment exam paper leak—was accused of housing close to twenty-five applicants at a boys' hostel connected to the Learn Play school in Patna.
It is said that in the same hostel, the applicants received the exposed question paper and answer sheets.
In the course of looking into the purported anomalies, the police were also keeping an eye out for sanjeev Mukhiya's nephew Rocky, who was allegedly connected to the document leak.

Rocky, who owns a hotel in Ranchi, is thought to have given out solutions for solving the NEET test paper that was leaked.
A Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team from delhi arrived at the EOU headquarters in patna on Monday.
Eighteen persons have been detained in connection with the case by the EOU, which was looking into the subject before the cbi sought an inquiry by the Centre.
An source informed news agency PTI, "The cbi officers are gathering evidence related to the case from the EOU."
A First Information Report (FIR) was submitted by the cbi on sunday in relation to the purported anomalies in NEET-UG.

In order to look into the destruction of evidence, the cbi is also expected to submit several FIRs in relation to the case. Additionally, disproportionate assets (DA) charges may be filed against some accused individuals who work for the government.
In the meantime, Mukhiya's advance bail request will be heard by a patna court today.
The case diary was requested to be produced by the court during the prior hearing.
Over 24 lakh students took part in the National Testing Agency's (NTA) NEET-UG 2024, which was held at 4,750 venues across 571 cities. On june 4, the results were announced.

But as soon as the results were revealed, students began to accuse one other of being dishonest when 67 of them received the highest grades, amid rumours of question paper leaks in Bihar.

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