Bengaluru, Apr 1: A day after massive protests erupted in Bengaluru and in other parts of Karnataka over the II PUC Chemistry paper leak, ABVP activists protested outisde the PUC building here.
ABVP activists were seen protesting alongwith many students and parents in front of the office demanding action after the II PUC Chemistry paper was leaked for the second time in 10 days.
However, police soon detained the activists who were seen raising slogans demanding the ouster of Education minister.
Parents and students protested against the repeated leak of the question paper following which, the re-examination had to be cancelled. The re-examination will take place on April 12.
Meanwhile, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah said on Thursday: "We will find out who is responsible for this. I have spoken to the education minister."
Many students, who had prepared for the re-examination said that they would not appear for another re-examination following the leak.