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SC not to shift judicial exam paper leak case

DNDEL9394 | 9/13/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :142 | India



New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to interfere in the ongoing controversy surrounding the question paper leakage of the Haryana Judicial Services Exam.
The petitioner Suman had filed a transfer petition, making serious allegations against a judge of Punjab & Haryana High Court, seeking shifting of the case to the Delhi High Court.
The petitioner alleged that she got in touch with one Sushila, who was claiming to have access to the question paper for HCS (Judicial) exam.
While she didn’t believe Sushila initially, during the actual exam, she realised that many of the questions were the same as told by Sushila. Incidentally, Sushila even told the petitioner that there was a full package deal for the exam, i
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