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16th Jamadi-us-Saani 1435 | Thursday, Apr 17, 2014
Crime and Accident

SSC exam paper leak: 9 held

Monday, 22 April 2013
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New Delhi, April 22:

Nine people, including six government officials, were arrested in connection with a case of Staff Selection Commission examination paper leak, police said today.

Of the nine arrested who were allegedly helping candidates in Combined Graduate Level Tier-I Examination-2013, one is a lower division clerk, two policemen and another is a a sales tax inspector who is awaiting his civil service results.

The arrested have been identified as teachers Amit Kumar, Mukesh Kumar and Ashu Sharma, head constable Ajit Singh, constable Sahil Kadyan and students Ravinder Singh and Kulvir Singh. Another accused Macchita Malik is a Sales Tax Inspector awaiting his civil service results, while Lohit Vats is a clerk in External Affairs Ministry, Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav said.

---PTI

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this is so unfair..

this is so unfair.. Errrrghhhhhhhhhh..!!! so unfair... :(

cgl tier one

Paper dobara hona chaia nh to students ko bh ansan krna chaia

Will there be re-exam

Exam needs to be set void as it is not fair....

Ab kya hoga...

Ab kya hoga...

Ajit Kr. passed him self and his friend with unfair mean

Check the record of HC Ajit Kr. posting with senior police officer and so called lubricated posting in Delhi Police and find the truth. Every one no he has passed and top SI Exam in same way and even help his friend who are not up to mark. But every one know he has well wisher in so called most upper rank in delhi police. Pray and hope Delhi Police find the truth.

Ajit Kr. passed him self and his friend with unfair mean

Check the record of HC Ajit Kr. posting with senior police officer and so called lubricated posting in Delhi Police and find the truth. Every one no he has passed and top SI Exam in same way and even help his friend who are not up to mark. But every one know he has well wisher in so called most upper rank in delhi police. Pray and hope Delhi Police find the truth.

Ajit Kr. passed him self and his friend with unfair mean

Check the record of HC Ajit Kr. posting with senior police officer and so called lubricated posting in Delhi Police and find the truth. Every one no he has passed and top SI Exam in same way and even help his friend who are not up to mark. But every one know he has well wisher in so called most upper rank in delhi police. Pray and hope Delhi Police find the truth.

will it be postponed???

will it be postponed???

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