Submitted by Editor on Thu, 2016-03-31 10:46 Bengaluru: More than 1.75 lakh II PUC science students who were on their way to write the Chemistry re-examination received a rude shock in the early morning as the PU board cancelling the examination. A decision in this regard was taken after an early morning meeting of PU board officials following the police information that re-examination question paper was leaked. According to the officials, around 3.30 AM, city police alerted the PU board director Pallavi Akurathi over spread of hand written question papers on WhatsApp. Immediately questions were compared with the original question papers. As it was found similar it was decided to postpone the examination. PU board has directed the officials not to touch the question papers from treasuries. When new date: new date for the examination expected to be finalised by Thursday evening. Education minister Kimmane Rathnakar rushed to the PU board office around 7 AM to take a stock of the situation. Later a high level meeting was convened at Vidhana Soudha at 8.30 AM where all senior officers are participating.