03-13-2015, 07:28 PM
A day after photographs of book keeping and accounting HSC paper circulated in WhatsApp before the test began, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary filed a complaint with the cyber crime cell.
As told the Times of India, Navi Mumbai police cyber crime cell Pratibha Shendge police inspector stated, "a representative office in Vashi HSC Board request to us on Tuesday around 4pm. It is claimed that the HSC Board exam paper was distributed WhatsApp Monday morning. Now, the application will pass the DCP (crime) and we will conduct a preliminary technical investigation. We will send an email to the administrator of WhatsApp to search details WhatsApp messages origin. The other option is to go back to the link sites. This will help us access number from the places where it originated. "
Reports on Monday HSC document circulation, as well as news on Tuesday the arrest of three teachers in Aurangabad SSC algebra to solve the paper before it began, created by re-examination among students. Mhamane, however, rule out the possibility. But the ground reality differently, says students. "There was no scrutiny or review. Like all the papers, the only attend warned us that we can not continue with our mobile phones," said one student SSC in Thane. In a press conference held in Pune, the Board stated that the division of Bombay asked to lodge a complaint against the police in the case. "Once consists fir police inquired the matter and decide if the paper had lost or was it a case of examination malpractice, said Council President Gangadhar Mhamane.