July 15, 2024
Neet 2024

Vadodara: Amid the public outrage regarding the national Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2024 controversy, a preliminary investigation into the Godhra NEET cheating scam has revealed that there have been transactions amounting to Rs 12 crore involving both students, their parents and the accused arrested involved in the case. In the scam so far from the city, 4 people have been arrested.

The racket was being run by one Roy who operates by Roy Overseas Company, and another person Bhatt. According to the investigation so far, the accused were paid several lakhs by the students to fill their answer sheets. Although an investigation is underway to uncover more details about the incident, the police authorities recovered numerous cheques were given to Bhatt and Roy by various students. Moreover, the cheques contained the parents’ phone numbers.


Investigation in the case has revealed transaction worth over Rs 12 crore between students, their parents and the accused. IO lakh was the rate for each student who wanted to cheat in the exam. The accused had planned that they would get around Rs 26 crore, as per India TV news.

Medical Dialogues team had reported on May 20 that one more individual was arrested in Vadodara by the Panchmahal police in this cheating matter. He used to bring the medical aspirants and connect them with a person named Parshuram Roy, who runs a visa and overseas education consultancy firm in Vadodara. Then the students were asked to pay a huge amount to pass the exam and if the students agreed to do so, Anand would get a commission.

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