FIA arrests three people for leaking CSS exam papers

Three people, including two government employees, were taken into the custody by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for allegedly leaking the papers of the CSS exams.

According to the FIA official, the detained persons were involved in leaking the papers of CSS exam to bag money hours before the start of the exam.

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An official further said that the agency received a complaint about a group of people allegedly trying to leak the CSS exam papers in return for huge sums of money.

While taking action on the complaint, the agency raided an office of one of the accused persons which was situated on Kacha Lawrence Road and took him into the custody. He was identified as Syed Tajjamul Hussain Naqvi who is an excise and taxation officer.

Later, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) detained his two accomplices after the information provided by him during the investigation.

The case has been filed against the suspects at the Anti-Crime Circle police station in Punjab’s capital Lahore and the police have launched an investigation into the matter.

The police said that other people involved in the shameful act are likely to be arrested.

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