The officials in charge in the Indore district of Madhya Pradesh have denied rumors about the Class 10 Hindi exam paper being leaked on social media just before the exam on Monday. They warned that legal action will be taken against those spreading false information about the leaked paper.
The district education officer, Manglesh Kumar Vyas, stated that their investigation found the reports of the Class 10 Hindi paper leak to be false. Upon comparing the question papers on social media with the actual ones, they found that the codes and questions did not match.
According to Vyas, certain individuals with malicious intent are spreading false news about the paper leak. He mentioned that a first information report (FIR) will be filed against them under the Information Technology Act.
The Class 10 exams of the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education started on Monday, with approximately 49,000 students taking the exams at 137 centers in Indore. Out of these, 21 centers have been labeled as sensitive, and police personnel have been stationed there to ensure security, as per the officer’s statement.