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                Police in the city of Pune have dismantled a racket and arrested a taxi involved in a crackdown on GMAT entry exams for foreign MBA courses.



Police identified the suspects as Abhay Mishra, a resident of Jamshedpur in Jharkhand. An Pune-based MBA student filed the first information report (FIR) in the case at the Cyber ​​police station.

Police said the suspect was using an Instagram account "GMAT_GRE_SHORTCUT". According to a police statement, the complainant should have known that the respondent had helped the students to get good marks in the GMAT entrance exam.

After contacting the respondent, the plaintiff was told that he must pay Rs 2.5 lakh for 700 out of 800 marks, Rs 2.7 lakh for 710 marks, Rs3 lakh for 720 marks, R3.5 lakh for 730 marks, Rs. 3.7 for 740, and Rs 4 lakhs more than 750.

The plaintiff and the defendant then agreed unanimously. Police said the suspect appeared to be tested by GMAT on behalf of the complainant for accessing his system remotely using programs such as AnyDesk, DWService and WeTransfer.

When the plaintiff obtained 770 out of 800 in the GMAT test, the defendant began calling him repeatedly and demanded Rs 4 lakh. However, the first one did not want to pay and realized it was a ruck. According to his complaint, the police have booked the accused under Sections 419 and 420 of the Indian Penal Code and various sections of the Information Technology Act.

Police conducted a technical analysis of the Instagram account, bank account, mobile number and AnyDesk user ID used by the suspects. On the way, a police team went to Jamshedpur and arrested Mishra and brought him to Pune. Police also confiscated a laptop, cellphone, driving pens, four bank cards and other personal items. A Pune court has remanded Mishra in police custody until October 22 for further investigation.

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