CID detains three people in connection with Chemistry paper leak

| Monday, April 4, 2016 - 18:07
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Paper leak

Reports say that Oblaraju had accessed the papers to give to his son

Bengaluru: The CID of the Karnataka state government has detained three people in relation to the Chemistry question paper leakage on March 21st.
The kingpin is said to be Oblaraju who used his influence over Special Officer for Medical Education Minister, Sharad Prakash Patil. The paper was leaked by a person called Manjunath who is a physical education teacher in one of the colleges in Bengaluru. The paper, through Manjunath, was passed on to one of the government officials, PWD Officer Rudrappa.
There were protests staged by Karnataka students as the pre-university course Chemistry paper had been leaked on the 21st of March. The students, in addition to staging protests, were stating that they refuse to appear for the exam for the third time.
(Also Read: Bengaluru chemistry paper leaked again, students say 'won't write exam again')
Reports say that Oblaraju had taken the papers from the physical education teacher to give to his son, who was a student in the course.

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