CBSE question paper leak: Police seek Google’s help
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) students display placards during a protest over the alleged paper leakage. And also expressed their indignation on the issue of re-examinations by officials. On the other hand, the Delhi cops have been investigating to finding out culprits who had gave first information to the CBSE on the leak case.
Meantime Delhi police have taken the help of Google to the find out the alleged persons. As a part of the investigation, the Delhi Crime Branch department learned the details of Culprit mail Id with the help of Google on Friday. On the other hand, the police have been investigating another fax message to the CBSE board.
A Special Investigation Team (SIT) comprising two Deputy Commissioners of Police, four Assistant Commissioners, and five inspectors has been set up to investigate the matter. Have a look at this video.
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As per the reports, the leaked papers were circulated on the Whatsapp Group and in case 35 more people, including students, parents and coaching center owners, were questioned in connection with the probe into the leak of Class 12 economics and Class 10 maths and question papers which affected lakhs of students across India. The police have taken them into custody who had played a prominent role in sharing the question papers.
The police have registered the two cases one is economics paper on March 27 and the other on the mathematics paper on March 28, following a complaint by the regional director of the CBSE. The cases were registered on charges of criminal breach of trust. These two papers leaked few hours before the exam. Now there is a serious protest over re-exemption by the Board. And the political parties are also blaming the CBSE board.
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