Sell exam questions to get rich

Nuruzzaman Labu
Published : 02:30, Nov 08, 2019 | Updated : 02:30, Nov 08, 2019

Ibrahim – a mastermind of leaking questions of examinations, has constructed a luxurious duplex house in his village in Narail. He was caught and jailed but his nefarious practice continued as he came out on bail.
But now, the court has ordered his properties to be auctioned. On Nov 3, on the order of the senior special judge in Dhaka, two of his homes were impounded by the police.
In a much talked about question leaking incident, two students of Dhaka University, Mamun and Rana were arrested by the CID on Oct 19, 2017. A case was lodged with Shahbagh police and soon, a large network of illegal operators was unearthed.
In the drive, 47 people were arrested; The masterminds of the ring were the BKSP assistant director Alip Kumar Biswas, Ibrahim, Mostafa Kamal, Hafizur Rahman Hafiz and Tajul Islam, according to investigators.
CID investigation revealed a huge amount of wealth accumulated by the main engineers of the crime.
The investigating officer of CID, Mostafa Kamal, said: “ Ibrahim and others have become rich through question paper leaking and after the matter came out in the open, the court ordered the seizure of their property.”
Reportedly, Ibrahim constructed a home spending Tk 7 million in Narail.
He is believed to have met Mostafa Kamal, another member of the group in 2014 and through him, the operation to 'leak' questions for money began.
During questioning, Ibrahim confessed to leaking questions for bank exams, including those of Janata, Krishi, Rupali, Sonali, Agrani and other government institutes.
He used to carry out transactions through his wife’s account and BKash. With the money, he also bought a Honda Vezel car, buildings and other assets.
CID says that along with the impounding of property in Narail, the Khulna Metropolitan Police have been ordered to impound his six storied building in Khulna.