Faisalabad Man Remanded for Allegedly Leaking CSS Papers on Facebook

A lower court of Islamabad Thursday sent the accused to jail on 14‑day judicial remand in a case of leaking fake CSS papers by uploading them on Facebook through a bogus female account.

The court also directed the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to submit complete challan of the case within 14 days.

The FIA produced the accused Muhammad Arif Khan in the court of Senior Civil Judge Abdul Ghafor Kakar.

The official informed the court that the accused who was the resident of Faisalabad had made a bogus Facebook account with name of a female ‘Sadia kauser’.

After investigation, it was revealed that the accused was used to upload the papers with some editing soon after the any paper was conducted. The FIA had recovered the laptop and mobile phone from the accused, which had verified the alleged practice of forgery.

The court sent the accused to jail on judicial remand until April 26.

It may be mentioned here that the FIA had registered a case against Muhammad Arif on the complaint lodged by Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC).

However, according to the FPSC, Chairman FPSC, keeping in view the gravity of the issue of alleged leakage of questions of the question papers for Central Superior Services (CSS) Exam 2017, immediately constituted a departmental committee headed member FPSC with the mandate to probe into the matter internally.