With the CBSE paper leak haunting the government and the board itself, the Delhi crime branch has interrogated the CBSE controller of examination for some four hours over the mishap.
As per the Delhi Crime Branch, many hundreds could have had access to the papers to the leaked papers.
Police is known to have grilled the Central Board of Secondary Education’s exam in-charge and two other officials on security measures and how these were then sent to the exam centres.
It is also said that police have also questioned five tutors of a Delhi-based coaching centre and 18 students.
This comes as the CBSE has announced the re-exam but not announced the dates on which it will be held.
Meanwhile, Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar has said that the dates for the fresh exams will be announced by Monday or Tuesday>