4 Whatsapp Groups Found Involved in Leak of Board Exam Papers

Four WhatsApp groups involved in leaking papers have been traced by the counter-terrorism department.

Four of the people from the groups have been traced to Karachi with three more being traced back to Hyderabad. The counter-terrorism department discovered the WhatsApp groups while investigating the cheating and leaked papers issue.

What’s more, a teacher in Mithi is also suspected to be involved in this case.

Leaked This Morning

Only this morning, the Physics paper for HSSC-1, Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) was leaked before the exam. This is the 15th paper leaked so far from the board. This particular exam was for the students that flunked their Physics paper part i.

Previously. on May 6th, part ii of the same Physics paper was leaked from the BIEK. It was leaked 40 minutes before the starting time of 9:30 AM.

2 days before that, the Mathematics paper for intermediate level part 2 was released. Keep in mind that authorities were already informed of WhatsApp groups being used for cheating during the exam.

Indian SIM Cards Involved?

Education Minister of Sindh, Jam Mehtab Dehar was of the opinion that Indian mobile phone SIMs were involved in leaking these exam papers. He said,

All departments are on alert. It has been pointed out that the SIMs being operated are from India. Because of our relations with the neighbouring country, all agencies have been alerted.

However, this seems like a diversionary tactic so far.

Fake CSS Exam Divulged

Last month, a man from Faisalabad was apprehended for releasing fake CSS exam papers on social media.

Read More: Faisalabad Man Remanded for Allegedly Leaking CSS Papers on Facebook

He was using a fake Facebook account by the name of “Sadia kauser” for the job.

Via Geo News

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  • This will result in less acceptance of SIndh passed students in other colleges across the nation as well as loosing out employment opportunities. Fate of genuine students have already becomes risky.

    This is a severe crime which must be punished very harshly.

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