The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) filed a police complaint on Sunday after allegedly receiving some e-mails about another question paper ‘leak’. The emails were allegedly sent by three persons, including the woman whose PIL had led the Supreme Court to cancel the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) in May.
The emails had created panic and fear among CBSE officials, the board claimed in its complaint.
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The CBSE also stated that the two men, one of who is a Niti Ayog official, also sent emails to the board just a day before the re-examination. The men claimed that they suspected some “agents” had leaked the question paper yet again.
CBSE officer on special duty Sanyam Bhardwaj said that the e-mail id the first mail was sent from belonged to the woman who had filed a PIL in the apex court. ENS