Three people, including a Delhi Police constable and a government school teacher have been arrested for their alleged involvement in leaking the nationwide Staff Selection Commission (SSC) paper on Sunday, police said.
The accused trio have been identified as Narendra, 40, the teacher, Harish, a constable posted with the 3rd battalion of the Delhi Police and one Manoj.
According to police, they had planned to provide answers to their candidate via bluetooth which is available in high-end mobile phones.
"Narendra has been working with the school for 18 years as a physical education teacher. He provided the scanned copy of the paper, which is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission for the recruitment of lower division clerks, to some of his associates who were arrested from northwest Delhi's Shahbad Dairy," said an officer.
According to police, the accused trio had planned to collect a 'big amount' from their candidates in exchange of the answers provided. They are being interrogated to ascertain the identities and exact number of their 'clients'.
The exam was being conducted at a government higher secondary school in Rohini's Sector I from 10 am to 12pm.