The Supreme Court said that it is not advisable  to hold the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) afresh following alleged irregularities in the May 3 exam as it will create  anxiety among students and since the probe was in progress, it would not like to direct the holding of the CBSE AIPMT exam again. It was also found out  358 calls were made from 72 mobile phones to exam centres across the country. The mobile connections were obtained by using fake identity proof. The Supreme Court had asked Cops asked to end probe by June 3 by Supreme Court. (READ: SC unwilling to order fresh AIPMT exams due to irregularities) Also Read - UPSC Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for Various Posts, Here's How You Can Apply

The Supreme Court  set a one-week deadline for the police in Haryana and other states to complete the investigation into the alleged sale of answer sheets of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) conducted on May. The vacation Bench of Justices AK Sikri and UU Lalit set June 3 as the deadline even as Jharkhand informed the court that its police had unearthed a racket similar to the scam busted by the Haryana Police. (READ: Official answer keys, cut-off of CBSE AIPMT to be soon available at aipmt.nic.in or cbse.nic.in) Also Read - Beyond The Call Of Duty: Police Station in Aurangabad Holds English Classes For Slum Children

About six lakh candidates had  appeared for the CBSE AIPMT 2015 exam. During the investigation process of CBSE AIPMT paper, answer keys leak on Whatapp, bluetooth devices, the Haryana Police arrested two dental surgeons and an MBBS student of the prestigious Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences. Also Read - Operation Smile: Indore Cop Turns Teacher For Slum Children Who Couldn't Attend Online Classes Due to Pandemic