Now, here we are with the mystery of missing 42,000 answer sheets from the evaluation centre. The copies were found sold for Rs. 8,500 by one of the scrap dealer. In the meantime, the dealer was arrested by the police today morning. In his statement, he said that he is the one who sold those missing answer sheets of class 10th.

The time of Bihar 10th result 2018 is coming near. As we know that the date of Bihar result 2018 was June 20. But the result postponed due to the missing answer sheets of the students from the evaluation centre. However, the board has come up with its final dates of result declaration i.e today on June 26, 2018, at 4:30 pm.

As per the reports, the scrap dealer and his one of his associate had paid the money to the peon of GopalGanj School. Before a day of the declaration of the result, he has bundled up all the answer sheets and sold them. On the day of the declaration of the result, around 200 bags of the answer sheets found empty.

Bihar board officials have found the missing copies while inspecting the answer sheets of the toppers at the state level. From the last few years, the board has started to verify the copies of the toppers of the state before the declaration of the result for the year 2018. As this is found that the toppers paid money for the sake of attaining the title of a topper. On the other hand, he is not able to answer a simple basic question related to his academic.

The date of the result depends on the police verification regarding the missing copies. However, the police are not yet confirmed that the peon has sold the papers on its own or on the instructions of others.

But finally, the board has come with the dates and the timings of the result. So, all the students of class 10th from Bihar board who are waiting for their result will soon able to check it online. So, stay tuned with us for the latest updates.

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