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The student adopted such a method for copying in the police recruitment examination, you will be stunned to see the video

A video of a very small microchip being removed from a candidate’s ear during the recruitment examination of a police constable has gone viral, which was shared by Maharashtra Director General of Police Sanjay Pandey himself on his Twitter account. has done.

Mumbai: The police department seems to be taking continuous action to prevent copying in the examinations, but people engaged in the jugaad to pass the examination devise new ways. Now the case of copying has also come to the fore in the Police Recruitment Examination. The candidate appeared in the exam was trying to copy in a very hi-tech way.

Microchip – Attempted copying from bluetooth device

A 24-year-old man has been arrested for attempting to imitate by using a microchip and a bluetooth device in an examination conducted for the recruitment of police constables in Maharashtra’s Jalgaon, who tried to steal it by implanting a tiny microchip in his ear. Had been.

DGP shared video

A video of a very small microchip being removed from the ear of a candidate during the recruitment examination of a police constable has gone viral, in which a policeman is seen removing the microchip from the ear. State Director General of Police Sanjay Pandey himself has shared on his Twitter account. He said in his tweet, ‘What is the attempt to copy for the constable exam in Jalgaon. Microchip in ear. Noteworthy.’

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Suspicious person caught like this

According to the Indian Express report, the accused has been identified as Pratap Singh Balodh. Ramkrishna Kumbhar, senior inspector of Jalgaon rural police station said, “Before the commencement of the examination, the surveillance officers saw him moving suspiciously in the hall. He even went to the toilet twice. They decided to examine him and found a microchip inside his ear. He had tied a Bluetooth device on his leg, which was to be used to receive the call.

Man booked for cheating

Pratap Singh Balodh, a resident of Vaijapur in Aurangabad, has been booked for cheating under IPC section 420 and will be produced in a court where the police will seek his custody. Along with this, the police has started looking for his associate, who was going to answer him through the call.

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