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    The Telangana State Board of Secondary Education (TSBSE) has been rocked by a paper leak scandal that has left authorities scrambling to identify the culprits. The incident came to light when a few students complained that the Social Studies paper of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination held on March 29, 2021, was leaked on social media before the exam.

    After conducting a preliminary investigation, the Telangana police identified Bandi Sanjay, a local politician and the president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Telangana, as the main suspect in the case. The police have arrested four other people, including a teacher and two students, in connection with the incident.

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    According to the police, Sanjay had obtained a copy of the question paper from an insider and had shared it with his associates. The police have also alleged that Sanjay had used his political clout to influence the TSBSE officials to leak the paper.

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    The incident has sparked outrage among students and parents who are demanding strict action against those responsible for the leak. The TSBSE has ordered a re-examination of the Social Studies paper on May 19, 2021, for all students who had appeared for the exam on March 29.

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    The TSBSE has also set up a committee to investigate the matter and has promised to take strict action against those found guilty. The board has warned that anyone found involved in such activities will face severe consequences, including imprisonment and fines.

    The incident has once again highlighted the need for strict measures to prevent paper leaks during examinations. The TSBSE has already taken steps to prevent such incidents in the future, including the use of encrypted question papers and strict monitoring of examination centers.

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    In conclusion, the Telangana SSC paper leak case is a serious issue that has caused immense distress to students and parents. The identification of Bandi Sanjay as the main suspect in the case shows that the police are taking the matter seriously and are committed to bringing the culprits to justice. The incident should serve as a wake-up call for all stakeholders to take necessary measures to prevent such incidents in the future and ensure a fair and transparent examination system.

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    Rajesh M
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