27November2020

Agenda Daily

Court acquits teacher of leaking UPSR papers

The Sessions Court here today acquitted and discharged a teacher of possession of examination papers related to the primary school achievement test (UPSR) in 2014.

In reading out the judgment, Judge Niran Tan Kran said the prosecution had failed to establish a prima facie case against the 52-year-old K Anparasu.

The senior administrative assistant of Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Tamil Keruh, Pengkalan Hulu was charged with being in possession of Mathematics 035/1 and Mathematics 035/2 papers in his Samsung Trend handphone.

He was accused of committing the offence at the school on Sept 9, 2014.

He was also charged with possession of the Science 018 paper in his handphone.

The court also ordered Anparasu’s personal items, including a handphone, to be returned to him.

Deputy public prosecutor Nazratul Natrah Mohd Yusof called 16 prosecution witnesses in the trial. Anparasu was represented by T Ellanggova.

The charges were framed under the Official Secrets Act 1972, which carries a maximum seven years jail sentence.-18/1/2017

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