Delhi Police question 25 in CBSE paper leak case

CBSE Maths paper leaked on social media here is the proof

CBSE Maths paper leaked on social media here is the proof

While the Mathematics paper was conducted today, Class XII's Economics paper was conducted on Monday.

The CBSE Board also wrote to Delhi Police conveying that it received a complaint on March 23 about the paper leak and that a coaching institute owner and two schools were named as the perpetrators.

However, he defended the CBSE saying that the board has earned a name for itself due to the manner in which it has conducted free and fair examinations in the past.

The CBSE held the exam for the Class XII Economics paper on Monday and the Class X Maths paper on Wednesday.

According to reports, PM Modi expressed his displeasure to HRD minister Prakash Javadekar over the paper leaks. The opposition party has also pressed for a fair and impartial investigation into this paper leak issue by a high court judge.

"Post-VYAPAM and SSC, now three papers of CBSE have been leaked". The CBSE is expected to announce the date for re-exam later this week.

"The source of the circulation of this information is not known yet", the board had said. Teachers are presently raising a chorus about clear leaks of Class 12th Mathematics and Biology papers too.

The economics paper has been alleged to be leaked hours before the commencement of the examination, but the CBSE asked the parents and the students not to panic. "We have checked with all examination centres and the paper was not leaked".

Students, meanwhile, took to the streets in Delhi against the CBSE and have demanded that the matter be probed and the guilty brought to book.

"Police are suspecting a strong syndicate involved in the question paper leak".

"There has been no leakage of the question paper. I want to tell the parents and students that it is extremely unfortunate that this has happened", he said.

Special Commissioner of Police R P Upadhyay and Joint Commissioner of Police Alok Kumar also held a meeting with Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik in the evening to discuss the future course of investigation.

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