In another news, there have been reports of an alleged paper leak and four people have been arrested. As reported by NDTV, the arrests were made in a joint operation by Delhi Police and UP Special Task Force from Timarpur area of North Delhi.
As reported by Nimisha Jaiswal, the gang charged Rs. 10-15 Lakh per person. The gang had also hired 100-150 exam solvers. The gang had allegedly compromised the computer systems on which the exams were being held.
After protest from candidates about the SSC CGL exam paper leak, CBI had been roped in to investigate the matter. It is yet to be clarified if the arrests made are for CHSL or CGL paper leak, but it will definitely have a bearing on the CBI report.
SSC CHSL Exam 2017
The CHSL examination 2017 is being conducted at 438 venues in 92 cities for 63,49,545 registered candidates across the country. 25,36,216 candidates out of 58,74,231 registered candidates have already taken the examination till March 26, 2018.
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