Google sent information to the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police about that e-mail ID, through which mail was sent to the CBSE chairman regarding the CBSE paper leak of class 10.
Check out the tweet shared by ANI- Class 10 CBSE Exam Paper Leak
The official source has given the above information. A senior police official of the police said that he got an answer from the online search engine. Google has not shared all information.
Meanwhile, the police have continued their investigations in the paper leak case. They have been interrogated by many schools and coaching centres outside Delhi.
The official said that more than 60 people have been questioned so far, but no “big breakthrough” has been achieved in the case.
Anita Karwal, chairman of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) got a match with the information about the leak of the paper one day before the 10th maths exam papers. The mathematics examination of 10th was held on 28 March.
In order to obtain the information of the sender, the police had sought information regarding the email id from Google. In this regard, the police sent a letter to the website to speed up the process.