The Delhi crime branch has questioned the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE controller of examination over the CBSE paper leak case. The first FIR shows that the CBSE and the police were aware of the paper leak. The board had received a fax with a tip-off about the leak on March 23, two days before the Class 12 Economics paper. While the second FIR says that the CBSE received an email at 1:40 am on March 28, the day of the math exam, with 12 images of the question paper, handwritten.
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