After paper leak of SSC, CBSE board exams, Modi Govt should be renamed as ‘Paper Leak Govt’


When Congress media in-charge Randeep Surjewala said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP Government at the Centre should be renamed as ‘paper leak government’, he was absolutely right. After the recent SSC exam paper leak and now the CBSE board exam paper leak, the ruling dispensation at the Centre has lost its credibility even more. All the reputed exams have been reduced to scams by this government, and which in fact, is a matter of shame for us and the entire country.

Many prominent leaders took to Twitter to express both, their anger as well as disappointment. Surjewala wrote, “Modi Govt should be renamed as ‘Paper Leak Govt’! SSC Scam jeopardised the future of over 2 Cr Youth.#CBSE Xth & XIIth class #PaperLeak has road hit the aspirations & hard work of lakhs of toiling students. Modiji, Your Govt has imperiled the future of our ‘Exam Warriors’!” Congress leader Ajay Maken expressed the dejection of his son after coming to know about the leak and re-conduct of the examination. He tweeted, “My son Aujaswi studied really hard for #CBSE Class X Board Math Exams held today. His joy of finishing Board Exams was short lived. He is extremely dejected as the Math paper got leaked& this #LeakingGovt will hold the Exam again. I feel sorry for him as lakhs of other students!”

Even Congress President took a dig at Prime Minister, calling him as ‘Chowkidaar is weak.”

After the news of exam leak was out, the CBSE announced re-examination and said that the date for exam would be announced within a week. “The board has taken cognizance of certain happenings in the conduct of certain examinations as are being reported. With a view to uphold the sanctity of the board examinations and in the interest of fairness to the students, the board has decided to re-conduct the examinations for the following subjects,” the circular issued by CBSE read.

The government is drawing a lot of flak from all following this leak of exam papers.


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