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    The recent leak of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) question paper has sparked intense drama across the country. The incident has raised serious concerns about the integrity of the examination system and has left thousands of aspirants in a state of uncertainty. The SSC is responsible for conducting various competitive exams for government jobs, and the recent leak has raised questions about the transparency and fairness of the process.

    The controversy erupted when several candidates alleged that the question paper for the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier-II exam held on February 21, 2018, was leaked. The allegations were supported by several videos and messages circulating on social media, which showed candidates discussing the leaked questions. The SSC initially denied the allegations but later admitted that there was a “technical glitch” and announced a re-examination for all candidates who had appeared for the CGL Tier-II exam.

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    The SSC question paper leak has sparked outrage among the aspirants who have been preparing for months and years to crack the exams. The incident has not only caused financial loss to the candidates but has also shattered their dreams and aspirations. The leak has also exposed the dark underbelly of the examination system, where corruption and malpractices are rampant. The incident has highlighted the need for a more robust and transparent examination system, which can ensure that deserving candidates get a fair chance to compete for government jobs.

    In conclusion, the SSC question paper leak has shaken the faith of aspirants in the examination system and has raised serious questions about its integrity. The incident has highlighted the need for a more transparent and accountable system, which can ensure that deserving candidates get an equal opportunity to compete for government jobs. It is high time that the authorities take strict action against those involved in such malpractices and restore the faith of aspirants in the examination system.

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