Police are investigating the leaked UPSR science paper, which Year Six students were supposed to sit for tomorrow, under the Official Secrets Act.
Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Tajudin Md Isa told The Malaysian Insider that a report had been lodged today at the Putrajaya police station.
"Police are investigating the case under Section 8 of the Official Secrets Act 1972. No arrests have been made yet," Tajudin said, declining to elaborate.
Earlier this evening, the Education Ministry released a statement saying the UPSR science paper scheduled for tomorrow had been postponed to September 30.
The ministry's examination board said the science paper, with codes 018, 028 and 038, had been leaked online.
There are 472,853 Year Six pupils sitting for the UPSR examinations nationwide. The examinations began yesterday and were due to end tomorrow. – September 10, 2014. - LEE SHI-IAN http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/leaked-upsr-paper-to-be-investigated-under-official-secrets-act#sthash.qDoEeTjC.dpuf