The Federal Investigation Agency has investigated three individuals over leaking the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam papers.
The accused individuals include two government employees as well. According to the FIA, these individuals were involved in leaking the CSS exam papers several hours before the commencement of the exam.
According to reports, the leaked papers were sold for Rs. 900,000 each.
As per the details, the agency had received reports regarding a group that was leaking the competitive exam papers.
The agency acted on the complaint immediately. It conducted a raid on the office of one of the accused persons on Kacha Lawrence Road. The agency took the said individual into custody, who was identified as Syed Tajjamul Hussain Naqvi, an officer of the excise and taxation department.
After interrogating the said individual, the agency also arrested his two accomplices. It also filed a case against the suspects at the Anti-Crime Circle police station in Lahore and commenced a probe into the matter.
Other individuals have also been named in the case who are likely to be arrested soon.