NEW DELHI: The Delhi unit of All India Democratic Students’ Organisation on Thursday demanded a high-level probe into the CBSE question paper leak case, and said it showed the board’s “utter negligence” in conducting examinations fairly.
The students’ body staged a demonstration on Parliament Street against the leakage of papers of two subjects and accused the central government of making false claims in providing good governance.
“We demand high-level inquiry into the leaks and appeal to the students and parents to initiate a movement till all the demands are met,” AIDSO vice president Rahul Sarkar said.
A large number of students from various schools participated in the protest and raised slogans against CBSE and Ministry of Human Resource Development over the way they had handled the examination process.
“It has shocked lakhs of students who had prepared day and night for exams. This system has failed to stop corrupt practices and few people including high officials who are busy in making money at the cost of future of students,” Sarkar said.