The police claimed to have zeroed-in on three suspects by spotting the location code of a school printed on the leaked pictures of the Class XII Economics papers.
On the days of the examination, Tauqeer used to circulate leaked question papers about an hour before their beginning among his tuition students who would further circulate them among their friends.
Following the leak, the government had announced that the re-test for Class 12 economics paper would be held on April 25, while that of Class 10 Mathematics would be conducted only for Delhi-NCR and Haryana in July.
Addressing the media, Union Education Secretary Anil Swarup said that a formal inquiry has been instituted to take swift action against the culprits.
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Special Commissioner of Police (Crime) RP Upadhyay said they have received details of the e-mail address and the sender of the mail has been identified.
The first case related to the leak of the economics paper was lodged on 27 March and the other pertaining to the mathematics paper was lodged on 28 March, following a complaint by the regional director of the CBSE. The student and his father are also being questioned. The Police are analysing these complaints to ascertain whether they were acts of mischief or was there any truth to them.
The Crime Branch has questioned over 60 people in connection with the CBSE paper leak case, including the administrators of over ten WhatsApp groups on which the leaked question papers were shared. Police have not ruled out the possibility of an insider hand in the leaks and are trying to get to the source.
Lost trust in CBSE, say protesting students: Expressing their anger over the paper leak incident, students held protests here at the CBSE office, contending that they have "lost trust" in the board. Since there is a chance that teams might have to be sent outside Delhi, the SIT was given additional police personnel.