Nitish rejects demand of CBI probe into paper leak case
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has rejected NDA-led Opposition and IAS Association’s demand of a CBI inquiry into the question paper leak of clerical examination of Bihar Staff Selection Commission.
Kumar also refuted charges levelled by BJP about the involvement of two Ministers and 27 MLAs in the case. He said, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) is not targeting anybody, including the arrested Bihar SSC Chairman Sudhir Kumar and four of his relatives. The Chief Minister said, the inquiry is going on in the right direction and nobody will be spared.
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