A writ suit was filed in the High Court regarding the HP police test scam.

Petition asks that the state government be included among respondents . Petitioner Vinay Sharma denies attempts to save high-ranking officials and politicians implicated in scheme .

Shimla: The case of police recruitment examination paper leak has now reached the Himalayan Pradesh high court with a petition asking that the state government be included among the respondents, through the principal secretary (home), DGP, CBI superintendent of police, and secretary of the Himalaya Pradesh Staff Selection Board office in Hamirpur.The issue was heard before the division bench of chief justice Mohammad Rafiq and justice Sandeep Sharma on May 12 and scheduled for May 26.Vinay Sharma, a petitioner, has denied attempts to save high-ranking officials and politicians implicated in the scheme.He wants the examination procedure to begin afresh and had previous selections annulled on the grounds of mass copying, large errors, mis-use, and fraud, according to the applicants' statements, which were taken by Kangra police, indicate that the exam paper was reportedly sold off for Rs 6 to ten lakh to more than 1,000 applicants.

At the Gaggal police station in Kangra district, two FIRs were registered, and another at the Bharari CID police station.The armed police and preparation (AP&T) wings were charged with printing the question paper.The police department created the selection committee.