New Delhi[India], August 1 : The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a petition on wrong questions being put in this year's UPSC Civil services examinations.
"The results have been already announced and we don't want to open a Pandora's Box," the apex court observed.
Petitioner Ashita Chawla alleged that some wrong questions had appeared in the paper, set up by UPSC and put the fate of lakhs of candidates in jeopardy.
The petitioner asked the top court to direct the UPSC to release the answer key of the preliminary examination and to set up an expert committee to examine this year's papers, besides suggesting needful action on ambiguous questions.
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