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APPSC Paper Leak row : PPA demand transparency in CBI probe

First Published: 10th November, 2022 18:59 IST

In the midst of the turmoil surrounding the APPSC paper leak scam, the People’s Party of Arunachal has expressed their resentment against the nature of the investigation into the scam.

In the midst of the turmoil surrounding the APPSC paper leak scam, the People’s Party of Arunachal has expressed their resentment against the nature of the investigation into the scam.

The PPA have said that the investigation is opaque and is not being conducted in a transparent manner.

The PPA further stated that the CBI should be made accessible to everyone, including the media.

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Here, the PPA demanded that the CBI come before the media and give details about the progress of the investigation.

The PPA further reiterated its demand made to the government to broaden the scope of the probe by the CBI and the SIC to include allegations of malpractice in their exams conducted by the APPSC and the immediate convening of an all-party meeting on the issue.

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