CBSE paper leak has become even more controversial, as the students of 10th and 12th classes have decided to protest against its decision for retest of the Mathematics and Economics subjects. The CBSE controller of examination was reportedly questioned by the Delhi crime branch, in relation to the leak and have also reported that at least a thousand students were able to access the paper when it was allegedly leaked on whatsapp in the form of a handwritten questions. Along with the people responsible for the examination papers, the 5 tutors from coaching centers were also questioned by the police. CBSE examination in-charge was also asked about how the papers had been printed and distributed.
Meanwhile, students held protests before the CBSE building, and have asked why they must be responsible for the failings of the authorities. Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar, however, has said that the announcements about the examination dates will be made on Monday or Tuesday.
It has also been reported that the CBSE ignored the reports about the leak of question papers, as the FIR dates back to March 23, which was lodged two days before the Economics examination. The head of a coaching center that is situated in Rajinder Nagar, Delhi, is a suspected in the case, and the police is attempting to trace the source of the Whatsapp messages that leaked the question paper.