SSC asks for CBI probe into paper leak

SSC asks for CBI probe into paper leak

SSC asks for CBI probe into paper leak

Meanwhile, standing in solidarity with the candidates, Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Manoj Tiwari on Sunday backed their demand for a CBI probe into the alleged SSC question paper leak. However, the candidates are alleging a "scam" and demanding a CBI inquiry.

Pointing out that almost one crore students try their luck in the SSC exams, he said such the irregularities are going on since 2016, but the youths have taken up the issue since early this week to put an end to systematic leak of the papers to benefit the selected few.

Khurana has assured the students that an independent investigating agency would carry out an inquiry into the matter.

It was also agreed that all evidences of examination related malpractices submitted by the protesting candidates, including screenshots of the questions taken during the examination from February 17 to February 22 this year will be handed over to the CBI for enquiry.

"I request those still sitting in protest to go home". The protestors wanted the exams to be re-conducted and a CBI probe to be initiated in the direction.

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"I now urge the protesting students, whom I have supported all the way, to call off their agitation". He also requested the government to probe the matter take stringent action against the culprits.

The students have been protesting outside the SSC office at Delhi's CGO complex since February 27, seeking a CBI probe into the alleged paper leak in the CGL exam.

Surjewala said that the issue is very important as the SSC conducts recruitment examinations for various Ministries and more than 10 million students appear for around 12,000 to 40,000 government posts.

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