CBSE class 10 paper leak Ram Gopal Naik : The case “has been solved”
Around three weeks after the CBSE paper leak scandal was brought to limelight, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Ram Gopal Naik claims that the case has been solved.
The culprits have been arrested and investigations are still ongoing. According to Alok Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Police, Crime branch, the man who was arrested for the Economics Class 12 paper is also responsible for the Maths Class 10 paper leak. In fact, Rajesh Kumar had been arrested forwarding the CBSE paper leak which was discovered after handwritten exam questions were shared on WhatsApp.
On Monday 9 April, three accused in the CBSE case had been brought to Una in Himachal Pradesh by the Delhi Police. The latter were brought for a reconstruction of events. More arrests were done last week by the Special Team of Investigation of the Crime Branch. Three staff members of DAV School in Una had been arrested during the operation.
The Ministry of Education had set up a panel in order to avoid future leaks. The panel main aim will be to ensure that all security checks are performed to avoid leaks of exams questions.