CBI Grills Sify Technologies Staff in SSC Paper Leak Case

The Logical Indian Crew

May 26th, 2018 / 2:45 PM

The Central Board of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against 17 people, including 10 employees of Sify Technologies Pvt. Ltd in connection with the paper leak.

The CBI also questioned Sify Technologies Pvt Ltd COO C.R. Rao in connection with its ongoing probe. Reportedly, he was subjected to intense interrogations for over seven hours.

Sify Technologies Pvt Ltd was assigned to hold the Combined Graduate Level (Tier II) exam, during which paper leak was reported.

SSC which conducts examination for recruiting non-gazetted officers to various government jobs had sought a probe after the widespread allegations of paper leak on social media.

CBI also managed to book seven students who managed to receive those questions.

The Logical Indian community hopes the probe results would bring back the transparency in SSC exams.


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