The Delhi Police today said two bank officials and a woman have been arrested over their alleged involvement in leaking the CBSE class 10 mathematics paper, in connivance with a teacher held earlier from Himachal Pradesh.
Amit Sharma and Ashok Kumar worked at the DAV school as a clerk and a peon respectively.
Police achieved a major a breakthrough with the arrest of Rakesh, who taught commerce at DAV School in Una in Himachal Pradesh, and two of his colleagues on April 7.
"The arrested accused in the Class X Maths paper leak have been identified as Sheru Ram (35), the Branch Manager and Om Prakash (58), the head cashier". Cops are likely to book Sharma for class 10 paper leak as well.
On March 23, he not only took out the question paper bundle of Class 12 economics paper, but also took out the mathematics question paper bundle from the Bank, said Alok Kumar, joint commissioner of police (Crime).
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"Rakesh had initially said that when he went to collect the question papers of computer science and information practices from a Union Bank of India branch in Una on March 23, he picked up a packet of economics paper as well". "After he made her jot down the questions on a piece of paper, he sent photographs of the paper to a Chandigarh-based relative, and it spread from there", police was quoted as saying. The SIT had found out that the Class XII Economics paper was leaked in handwritten format two days before the exam took place on March 26.
After the CBSE paper leak reports surfaced and three weeks had not passed, a top officer of the Delhi Police has claimed that the case has been solved.
On March 30, the Ministry for Human Resource Development announced the date for the re-examination of the Class 12 Economics exam, and stated that if at all they would hold a re-exam for Class 10 mathematics, it will be restricted to Delhi and Haryana.
This is published unedited from the ANI feed.