In the CBSE paper leak case, Delhi Police has sought reply from Google about the email that was sent to CBSE Chairperson. An email was sent to the Chairperson with images of handwritten question papers.
Official sources said the Police has also interacted with the CBSE officials about the question papers printing and the process of distribution. It has questioned over 25 people in the paper leak case so far.
Meanwhile, some students today protested outside CBSE office in the national capital against the paper leaks of Class 10 Mathematics and Class 12 Economics.