Even as the government frantically scrambles to prevent HSC questions from leaking like the SSC question papers earlier this year, the crime syndicates are very much actively promoting their crusade online.
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A post by the admin of a question leak group Bangla Tribune
Several Facebook groups dedicated to revealing the questions before the exams have come into prominence overnight.
Individuals are circulating their phone numbers, inviting candidates to add them on WhatsApp so that they can be added to chat groups where question papers have been leaked.
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A post advertising the leaker's Whatsapp number Bangla Tribune
Government officials are wary of the syndicate’s actions despite all the deterrents.
DMP Joint Commissioner Sheikh Nazmul Alam, who is a member of the national monitoring committee regarding public examinations, said the existing Public Examinations Act 1981 only allows for a day or two of remand for anyone arrested in connection with leaking the questions.
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Another post advertising the leaker's Whatsapp number Bangla Tribune
He also admitted to BTRC’s shortcomings in monitoring Facebook to track the people who promote these perfidious offers.
This article was first published on banglatribune.com