Two Tamil primary school teachers charged over UPSR leaks

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  • Friday, 28 Nov 2014

KUALA KANGSAR: Two Tamil primary school teachers were charged in the Sessions Court here with storing several pages of the Maths and Science UPSR examination questions papers in their smartphones.

K. Anparasu, 50, and P. Uma Mageswari, 27, from SJKT Keruh in Pengkalan Hulu, pleaded not guilty when the charges were read to them before Sessions judge Johari Hassan yesterday.

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