17 Sent To Judicial Custody For Aiding Mass-Copying During Board Exam In UP 

17 Sent To Judicial Custody For Aiding Mass-Copying During Board Exam In UP - Sakshi Post

Muzaffarnagar: Seventeen people have been sent to judicial custody for 14 days in connection with a case of aiding mass-copying at an exam centre here during the Uttar Pradesh board examinations.

The accused, including superintendent of the centre Yogender Pal, arrested during a Special Task Force raid were produced in a local court here Sunday.

The alleged mass copying was caught during the Class 12th Physics paper Saturday when the Special Task Force raided the examination centre upon a tipoff.

Officials had seized solved examination papers, a pistol, mobile and exam guides from the centre. (PTI)

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