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Bihar: ‘If someone’s name is coming up, then an inquiry should be done’, Tejashwi said on NEET paper leak

The rhetoric has intensified in the NEET paper leak case in Bihar. Now, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav has said that along with the investigation of the entire matter, action should be taken against whoever is found guilty. While talking to journalists, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said that the government in the state is theirs, the government at the center is theirs, the investigation agency is theirs, so what is it then. If someone’s name is coming up, then he should be called and questioned, what is the problem in this. I myself am saying that the Chief Minister should question him. Dragging the name of his PS in the paper leak case will not achieve anything.

Want to divert from the main issue

Calling Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Sinha ignorant, he said that he should get information. We have been raising our voice against it since May. In this case, attention has to be diverted from the main issue. After all, who is its kingpin? Whatever the matter is, everyone will come to know it today or tomorrow. No one is going to benefit by dragging someone’s name. He should tell who Amit Anand and Nitish Kumar are? After all, these are the kingpins. Why is someone trying to save them?

Questions were also raised on the teacher recruitment exam

He said that the question paper of the third phase of BPSC teacher recruitment exam was also leaked, now the people caught are roaming around on bail. Earlier on Thursday, Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Sinha had said that the main accused in the paper leak case, Sikandar Yadavendu, is related to Tejashwi Yadav’s personal secretary Pritam Kumar. Not only this, this person also has close relations with the Lalu family.

Name of Tejashwi’s PS

Actually, the name of Tejashwi’s PS Pritam Kumar is coming up in the NEET paper leak case. Sikandar Yadavendu, the accused in this case, had booked a room in the government guest house through Tejashwi’s PS where Anurag Yadav, Shivnandan Kumar, Abhishek Kumar and Piyush Raj were given questions related to the May 4 exam just a day before the May 5 exam and these people memorized them and gave the exam the next day. All of them have admitted in their statement to the police that the same questions were asked in the exam which they had memorized.