CBSE paper leak: It’s very unfortunate, culprits won’t be spared, says HRD minister Javadekar: Prakash Javadekar, the Union HRD Minister, on the last Thursday addressed a press conference in order to speak about the serious matter of the CBSE paper leak and said whoever was involved in this leaking case will be strictly action going to take against him and he also said that the police will soon arrest the culprits.
“This is a very unfortunate development; I understand the pain the parents and students have to go through. Whoever is involved in the paper leak will not be spared, police will soon arrest the culprits”, said Javadekar for the duration of a press conference in New Delhi today.
Previous in the day, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), in a criticism to Delhi Police, told that this will be received a fax from an unknown source on 23rd March and name a coaching institute owner from Delhi’s Rajinder Nagar behind the CBSE paper leak.
In its complaint, the board has stated the fax had named two schools in its connection with the paper leak. The board added that an unaddressed envelope is consisting of the four sheets of hand-written answers of Economics paper that were provided in the CBSE office.
The complaint also mentioned a WhatsApp number that is allegedly used to circulate the leaked paper also.
This comes to a day post, the board declared this will be re-conduct exams for Maths paper of Class X and Economics paper of Class XII post the leak of both papers on social media message application come out.
In the meantime, the Delhi Police’s Crime Branch also started it’s investigating the alleged leak of examination papers post the registering two separate cases in the matter.
A Special Investigation Team (SIT), that can be comprised of 2 DCPs, 4 ACPs, and 5 inspectors, has also been composing to look into this occurrences.
On the last Monday, panic had obsessed students of Class 12 stated on the social media that the Economics paper can be leaked even in spite the fact that the board denied there was any slip-up.
Reports about the paper being leaked which is circulated on social media, including on WhatsApp, a number of hours before the paper begin on the last Monday.