Man sits in as proxy at SRPF exam, caught – Times of India
Pune: A 24-year-old man from Jodwadi in Aurangabad landed behind bars after getting caught writing the State Reserve Police Force’s (SRPF) recruitment exam as a proxy candidate and using a cellphone and other gadgets to copy on Sunday at SM Joshi College exam centre in Hadapsar.
Vishal Gabrusingh Bahure, the arrested man, was perhaps inspired by Bollywood flick ‘Munnabhai MBBS’, but ran out of luck when alert exam supervisors caught him. Examiner Anup Pawar (42) of Saswad lodged a complaint. Police also booked Bahure’s accomplice and have seized the gadgets used in the crime.
Senior inspector Arvind Gokule of Hadapsar police said, “Bahure sat in for his brother, who he resembles.He kept his cellphone in the bag outside the hall and wore a Bluetooth device in his ear. Examiners saw his lips moving.”
Another copying case
In a similar incident, Kothrud police arrested Ketan Vitthal Lakhwad (24) of Khultabad also in Aurangabad.
He was seen clicking photos of the question paper and taken in by Kothrud police.