ED to investigate JSSC paper leak case

Ranchi: Enforcement Directorate (ED) will investigate the JSSC paper leak case. Regarding this matter, ED has written a letter to Ranchi Police asking for a copy of the FIR lodged by JSSC at Namkum police station. Actually, the question paper of General Graduate Qualified Combined Competitive Examination 2023 conducted by JSSC was leaked. An FIR has been registered in the question paper leak case.

Commission’s in-charge under secretary Madhumita Kumari has registered a case against unknown people at Namkum police station. It has been said in the FIR that the question paper was leaked before the commencement of the examination on January 28. The Commission got this information through social media. In this case, a case has been registered under sections 467, 468, 420 (120B), IPC 66a IT Act and Jharkhand Conduct of Examination Act 2001.

The Commission has cancelled the third shift examination. Protests are continuing across the state regarding the question paper leak issue. Demonstrations were held in other districts including Ranchi, Dhanbad, Bokaro, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Koderma, Jamshedpur, Ramgarh and Seraikela, demanding a CBI investigation into this scam.

The effigies of former CM Hemant Soren and JSSC President Neeraj Sinha were burnt by Jharkhand State Students Union. Taking the issue of paper leak in the examination held on January 28, JSSC has sought reports from all 735 centres. The centres have been asked that the time for opening the box of the third paper was scheduled at 2.45 pm. What time was it opened?

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