ABVP member behind CBSE paper leak


Among the six detentions made by police in the CBSE Class 10 Mathematics paper leak case, one is an Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) member Satish Pandey. He is the district coordinator of ABVP. In a string of tweets, National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) called out the hypocrisy of ABVP and termed it as ‘anti-student’ due to it, scheming bizarre conspiracies.

“The BJP led ABVP continues its anti-student agenda by scheming bizzare conspiracies. They’ve played with the aspirations of 28 lakh CBSE students this time. #ABVPLeaksCBSEPaper,” NSUI tweeted.

“NSUI has always stood for students no matter how old or from which field of study. Today, we stand by the CBSE students who are affected by the reckless attitude of the @BJP4India, the @HRDMinistry and the CBSE Board. #ABVPLeaksCBSEPaper,” NSUI further tweeted along with a number of other related tweets.

Satish Pandey and Pankaj Singh have their coaching institutes and were detained from Jatrahibagh in Chatra. CBSE was in a soup when it acknowledged a paper leak in Delhi and announced re-examination of the Economics and Mathematics paper for class 12 and class 10 respectively. Class 12 Economics paper will be held on April 25, whereas the class 10 Mathematics paper, if required, will be conducted in July only for Haryana and Delhi-NCR.

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So far, the Delhi Police has questioned over 60 people in the case and even the admininstrators of over 10 WhatsApp groups on which the question papers were shared. A Special Investigation Team (SIT) was also formed on Wednesday, after the CBSE registered two cases with the Crime Branch.

The news of leak has sent a tumult among the affected students, who have been protesting to express their dissatisfaction over the CBSE’s decision to conduct re-examination. Even today, the students protested at the Parliament Street to display their resentment.

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