NEW DELHI: The Meghalaya Board of School Education conducted the Meghalaya Teacher Ability Test (Meghalaya TET ) on January 31, 2019. The candidates who aspire to become teachers in the lower and the upper primary schools of the state appeared for the MTET. Much before the exam, photos of the question paper flooded the social media early morning. Though the Meghalaya TET was conducted as per the schedule. The Meghalaya Police is taking the help of a cyber experts to examine the alleged leakage of the Meghalaya Teachers’ Eligibility Test (MTET) question papers hours before the examination on Thursday. As per the Police, the leakage was reported in the Garo Hills region and an FIR for the same, was lodged in this regard in Tura police station in West Garo Hills district. District Superintendent of Police Dr MGR Kumar admitted that the matter was serious. “We have already roped in a cyber expert on the matter and we should be able to get down to the bottom of this soon,” he said. Meghalaya Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui said the government is examining the matter and the police were trying to get to the bottom of it. “We are yet to decide if it demands inquiry by other agencies besides the police. By Monday, we will be in a position to decide on the matter,” Rymbui told PTI.