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5 held for 'selling fake MBBS entry test questions'
Law enforcers have arrested five alleged fraudsters who said to have cheated people by selling them fake question papers of MBBS admissions.
The organised crime unit of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) made the arrests yesterday, according to a SMS floated to media by CID.
Earlier on October 6, Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) claimed arrest of five frauds who duped people by circulating fake question papers of MBBS admission tests, and six question paper-seeking admission aspirants, from different places of the capital.