New Delhi: Delhi Police on Friday arrested two doctors in connection with their alleged role in the recent leaking of the post graduate medical entrance papers of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

Shahi Balender Bakshi and Vimal Dangi, who appeared in the entrance exam, were arrested by the police.

The two doctors are believed to be part of a well-organised racket involved in leaking question papers of entrance examinations of leading institutions.

Earlier this week, police arrested five persons for allegedly leaking post graduate medical entrance papers and helping some candidates by providing answers over mobile phone and blue tooth.

The gang, which charged Rs 25-35 lakh from aspirants, allegedly used sophisticated software to email images of the question paper taken by two MBAs, posing as PG aspirants, using mobile phones and blue tooth concealed in their shirts.

It all started with the arrest of Mohit Chaudhury (23), a second year MBBS student in an Ujjain medical college whom police claim is the mastermind, from Pragati Maidan on Thursday.

The other arrested were Dr Amit Puniya (23), who was appearing for the entrance test, two MBAs Kapil Kumar (27) and Krishan Pratap Singh (27) and Bhishma Singh (27), a graduate who allegedly helped the gang in using computers.