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Himanta Sees Cong Hand In Paper Leak | Guwahati News

Himanta Sees Cong Hand In Paper Leak | Guwahati News
Himanta Sees Cong Hand In Paper Leak | Guwahati News

Guwahati: Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma has sniffed “Congress hand” within the basic science and Assamese query paper leaks of the Class X state boards, which led to the postponement of each the exams inflicting large furore throughout the state.
Speaking to the media on Sunday, Sarma stated, “A former office-bearer of Congress was behind leaking the question papers. Now we have to ascertain whether this head teacher did it for money or was politically motivated.” He stated the 2 exams have been rescheduled to March 30 and April 1, whereas there shall be no modifications within the schedule of the remainder of the papers.
Among the 2 kingpins arrested in reference to the paper leak, Pranab Dutta of Luhit Khabolu Higher Secondary School (Lakhimpur) was the top trainer. Police stated Dutta took with him the query papers and bought them to an assistant trainer of one other faculty, Kumud Rajkhowa, for Rs 5,000. Police additional stated yet one more assistant trainer from Lakhimpur, Prasanna Das, confirmed the deal.
Congress, nonetheless, rubbished the allegations of any hyperlink with the paper leak.
Assam PCC president Bhupen Borah stated, “I am not responsible for the acts of former Congress office bearers. If I have to be responsible for the deeds of ex-Congressmen, I will also have to be accountable for the works of Himanta Biswa Sarma, who is an ex-Congressman.”
Meanwhile, the Nagaon police arrested matric candidate Musum Ali who was detained for interrogation on Saturday after he confessed his involvement in placing out the “fake question paper” of geography (elective) in a WhatsApp group.
Nagaon SP Leena Doley stated, “We are identifying eight admins of a WhatsApp group, who will be picked. The one who first posted the question paper will be interrogated.”
After two query paper leaks — basic science and Assamese, a geography paper additionally went viral on social media on Saturday morning. “The Board of Secondary Education Assam (Seba) has informed me that it was the 2021 question paper. Somebody has morphed it and changed 2021 to 2023,” schooling minister Ranoj Pegu had stated after the paper went viral.
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