Chappal se Cheating: REET 2021 candidate cheats using 'Bluetooth slippers', don't forget to see viral PICS

Updated on Sep 28, 2021 12:27 PM IST  |  70.4K
Bluetooth slippers in REET 2021
Chappal se Cheating: REET 2021 candidate cheats using 'Bluetooth slippers', don't forget to see viral PICS (Image Credits: Pexels)

A candidate appearing for Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teachers or REET, came up with an ingenious idea to cheat in exams – Bluetooth slippers! Yes, you read that right. A REET aspirant tried to cheat in the exam with the help of a Bluetooth device fitted inside his slippers. Although his idea failed as he got caught and detained, netizens have been taken by surprise, as soon as the news hit the web and became viral. 

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According to a report in The Indian Express, the Government of Rajasthan had taken care to apply all kinds of strict measures to prevent the use of any unfair practices in the examinations. Not only was the Internet connection suspended, but many cops were deployed at various locations as well. According to ANI, the aspirant, who had come to take the exam at Kishangarh, Ajmer, was detained after the invigilators spotted a Bluetooth device in his ear. 

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The candidate has been identified as one Ganesh Ram Dhaka aged 28 years. The report further shared that the police had said that the offender had confessed his crime and named one Tuljaram Jat in Bikaner, from whom he reportedly bought the slippers for a whopping Rs. 2.5 lakhs. 

Take a look at ANI’s tweet: 

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According to PTI, five other persons were arrested in Bikaner who were involved in the Bluetooth-device cheating racket. “Two of those arrested were gang members who provided the candidates with the slippers,” the report added. Apart from this, in Dausa, police arrested four dummy candidates, while in Jaipur rural, they arrested eight of them. Seven others were also arrested from different places.

The last REET was held in 2018.

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