SSC aspirants demand CBI probe into alleged paper leak

SSC aspirants demand CBI probe into alleged paper leak

Chairman Ashim Khurana blames coaching institutes – SSC aspirants demand CBI probe into alleged paper leak

SSC aspirants demand CBI probe into alleged paper leak

SSC aspirants demand CBI probe into alleged paper leak incident happened during the SSC Examination earlier this year. protestors assembled nearby Lodhi Estate and shouted slogans. They are demanding Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) investigation into the alleged paper leak.

Since Tuesday, students have marched into the streets of Delhi, protesting in thousands against what they term as “mass cheating”. Police were deployed in large number at the protest venue but it couldn’t discourage the silent protest for fair examination process.

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Madhur Verma, Deputy Commissioner of Police, New Delhi, told sources “They wanted to protest near Parliament Street. They have been stopped here. We are in talks with them and their meeting has been fixed”. Looks like it is becoming a new national concern as the engagement of people throughout the country is growing very fast.

Notice Issued by SSC Chairman Ashim Khurana

On 24th February 2018, SSC published a notice saying that the examination which was held on 21st February was delayed due to technical reasons and it is going to be conducted on 9th March 2018

On Wednesday, SSC Chairman Ashim Khurana published another notice saying that the protests are being instigated and sponsored by two  coaching institute with vested interests.

“It has been brought to the notice of the Commission that the present agitation going on since yesterday near the Office of the Commission by some candidates of CGLE (Tier-II) 2017, is being actively instigated and sponsored by two Coaching Institutes/ agencies with vested interests,” said SSC Chairman Khurana.

He said that the SSC had agreed to meet the representatives of the agitating group on Tuesday and during that meeting, they were instructed to provide solid evidence in support of their allegations.

SSC Notice released on 28.02.2018

Accordingly, evidence was submitted in the form of SSC CGLE Tier 2 question printouts at 6 PM on 28th February 2018. However, saying that those weren’t concrete evidence, the Commission asked them to provide the same by 10:30 AM on 1st March 2018. The notice was released on the official website today. And you can see the same below.

SSC Notice released on 1.03.2018

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