End of the Night: On September 20th, the SI-Examination’s paper leakage, took a jibe in the entire system, shattering the dream of several aspirants. A bigger nexus is getting exposed gradually, to which this entire incident is not just confined to be a “paper-leak”.

Ex-DIG P.K Dutta is the primary accused of the entire leak. But is only Dutta involved? A day before the examination, a secret examination was conducted in “Thank You Lodge”, Guwahati where about 50-candidates appeared in the test. Sum of Rs. 15-lakhs was collected for each individual. This secret written test was organised by Dutta himself, along with a few more.

APCC President & the Congress brought out allegations of an involvement of the RSS into the scam. They alleged that this involvement is not a matter of money, but a way to recruit members of the RSS into the services of the Police.

Nevertheless, the question remains, why would PK Dutta, who actually demanded ‘cash’ in order to give them out the questions through the ‘secret exam’ , leak the paper out, resulting in his own fall-out?

The SI-Examinations these days are conducted through the OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) sheets, which are only checked via computers. Which means, without passing the written, one cannot go for any other illicit arrangements.

Ex-DIG P.K Dutta is definitely wrong and guilty, but are there some ‘BIGGER FISHES’ whose names are hidden or are tried to be hidden? Is P.K Dutta a name in the forefront to hide out bigger names? This massive allegation of RSS’ involvement has now become the big talk in Dispur.

Names of certain individuals are getting accessed who leaked the question paper on the social sites. Out of which, there are many who hold close links with this organisation or the BJP party.

With investigations going on, more details are expected to reveal. This is also one of the rare times that both Student’s Organisations AASU (All Assam Students’ Union) and NSUI (National Students’ Union of India) came together to protest on the same issue.


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