Tripura Police Arrest Second Suspect in TTAADC Exam Answer Key Leak


Tripura police have made progress in the investigation of the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) exam answer key leak case with the arrest of a second suspect. The arrest occurred in the Bishalgarh sub-division under the Sepahijala District. The suspect, whose identity has not been disclosed, is believed to have played a crucial role in the leakage of the exam answer key.

This latest arrest follows the apprehension of the first suspect earlier this month, as authorities intensify their efforts to bring those responsible to justice. The leakage scandal has caused widespread concern and outrage among candidates and the general public, raising serious questions about the integrity of the examination process.

Superintendent of Police (SP) Sepahijala, Krishnendu Chakraborty, confirmed the arrest and emphasized the commitment of the police force to thoroughly investigate the matter. “We are dedicated to uncovering the full extent of this malpractice and ensuring that all individuals involved are held accountable,” Chakraborty stated. He also assured that the investigation is ongoing and more arrests are likely as they continue to delve deeper into the case.

The TTAADC examination is a critical assessment for many aspiring candidates in the region, and the answer key leak has jeopardized the fairness and transparency of the recruitment process. Authorities are now working to restore the credibility of the exam and assure candidates that such incidents will not recur.

In light of the scandal, the TTAADC has postponed the affected exams and announced plans to implement stricter security measures to prevent future breaches. These measures include enhanced surveillance, secure transportation of examination materials, and rigorous vetting of personnel involved in the exam process.

The community’s response to the police action has been largely positive, with many expressing relief that the authorities are taking decisive steps to address the issue. However, there remains a strong demand for transparency and swift justice to rebuild trust in the examination system.

As the investigation continues, Tripura police urge anyone with information related to the case to come forward and assist in the ongoing efforts to root out corruption and ensure a fair examination process for all candidates. The arrest of the second suspect marks a crucial step in holding those responsible accountable and safeguarding the integrity of the TTAADC examinations.



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