Detectives Police arrested six students, including three students of Dhaka University (DU) on charges of leaking question papers in the admission test of science department at Barisal University. They were arrested on Saturday at 7am from Barisal’s Arshad Ali Contractor Gali’s Nahar Mansion. At this time, different electronic devices used to leak question papers were also seized from them. Among the seized devices, there are 11 electronic phones, including five electro magnetic bluetooth induction (earphones), five TMT cards and 13 SIMs. Police Commissioner SM Ruhul Amin told reporters at the press conference at the office of Barisal Metropolitan Police Commissioner at 2pm yesterday. The detainees are the third year students of Dhaka University Geology Department. Maruf Hossain Maruf (22); Four years student of Soil, Water and Environment Department said. Alamgir Hossain Shahin (24) and a third year student of Mathematics department. Mahmudul Hasan (Abid) (23). Maruf’s house at Ballarampur of Narikelbariya Union under Bagarpara upazila of Jessore. He is a resident student of Room 401 of Shahid Barkat Bhaban of Amar Ekushe Hall of Dhaka University. Police Commissioner SM Ruhul Amin said that Muhidur’s other five men brought Nahar Mansion’s house to the house. Detective police seized them on the basis of secret news. Barisal University admission test began on Friday. Yesterday ‘A’ unit admission test was conducted. For the first time, examining the leak of the question paper, the jammer machine was installed for the first time, the university authorities Police sources said the detainees were trying to supply the answer in the examination. If they made jammer machines ineffective, they were trying to provide answers to the testers. Among the detainees, Shahin himself claimed that he was a member of the central committee of the BCL but he still did not have the authenticity. Maruf Hossain has been named in the CID for his alleged involvement with the question papers of DU. The six people detained in the interrogation admitted that the admission tests in different universities of Bangladesh were related to leaks. They arrange for the exemption of exhaustive examination and asking for answers from outside. They will be sued.