The SSC scam was another major concern.


The CBSE, in its complaint, named the teacher as one of the accused in the alleged leak of Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics papers.

The CBSE, in its complaint, named the teacher as one of the accused in the alleged leak of Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics papers.The Crime Branch has also identified over 10 WhatsApp groups, each having 50-60 members.Also read: CBSE paper leak probe: Delhi Police quizzes 25 people including studentsLater on Thursday, CBSE chairperson said that the decision to hold re-examination of two subjects was taken in “favour of the students” and the new dates for the exams would be announced soon. The SSC scam was another major concern.“It China OEM paper cutter factory  the failure of government, without accepting it, why do they want students to re-appear for exam? I request the parents throughout the country, don#39;t let your child sit for re-examination in any condition,” Thackeray said.Delhi Police Crime Branch has sought reply from Google about the e-mail that was sent to the chairperson.Meanwhile, Delhi police officials informed that the CBSE has said that its chairperson Anita Karwal had received an e-mail about the Class 10 mathematics paper being leaked a day before the exam.Raising slogans against the board, the agitating students said that they are "suffering because # of CBSE#39;s mistakes.Soon after this, CBSE announced re-examination and a police investigation into the matter.Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray asked the parents across country not to allow their children sit for re-examination until the government accept its failure.The anger of students against the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) following its admission of paper leak and decision to conduct re-examination showed no signs of receding. Why do we have to suffer due to this?" said a studentAmid the agitation, section 144 has been imposed near HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar#39;s residence on Kushak Road.“CBSE paper leak is not the only paper leak.""CBSE is at fault, they were not able to keep the paper safe.The Congress targeted the government over the issue and asked it to take accountability for its “wrongdoings”.The Delhi Police on Friday interrogated over 30 people, including students and teachers of private coaching centres. If the government does not take accountability for its wrongdoings, then who will,” Congress leader Kapil Sibal asked. The protest by student and teachers intensified on the second day on Friday with hundreds of students resorting to sit-in outside the CBSE office in Delhi against the paper leak.Over a dozen mobile phones belonging to these people have also been seized by the police.Earlier on Thursday, the police took a teacher of a private coaching centre, located in Rajinder Nagar, into their custody. Investigation and questioning is underway.As of now, the Delhi Police has interrogated over 30 people, including students and teachers of private coaching centers in connection with the matter