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6 March, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Police job racket

Eight arrested from Chapainawabganj

UNB

Chapainawabganj: Police here yesterday arrested eight people including their group leader for committing fraudulence activities and taking money from the aspirants of police constable exams promising them of ‘confirm appointment’, reports UNB.

The detainees were identified as key offender Setu Mandal, son of Salam Mandal of Sahapur village in Pirganj of Rangpur, his accomplices, Mokarram Hossain, son of Md Abu Sufian of Pathakata village in Nakla Upazila of Sherpur, two examinees Phulchad Singh, son of Paban Singh of Chouka village in Shibganj upazila, Amin Ali, son of Gazrul Islam of Bhutitola village of same upazila, two siblings Monirul Islam and Abdus Salam, sons of Abu Bakkas of Chauka village, Anwar Hossain, son of Tasib Uddin of Pukuria village and Tazerul Begum, wife of Mofazzal Hossain of sadar upazila.

Police Superintendent TM Mozahidul Islam in a press conference said the detainees were arrested for their alleged involvement including proxy exams and fraudulence activities during the entry test.

Among the offenders, six Dhaka University students were held for giving proxy in the examination and two others for secured high scores in the written examination thought their handwriting did not match with the test copy, he said.

A team of Detective Branch arrested the mastermind of the racket and his assistant during a drive at Matidhali area in Bogra, he added.

They also recovered Tk 15,00,000 from them, he said.

 

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