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The News Minute| March 17, 2015| 9.00 pm IST In a latest controversy, the Kerala School Teachers Association (KSTA) has accused the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) of trying to influence the education system in Kerala. IUML's PK Abdu Rabb is the Education minister of Kerala. KSTA an organisation led by the opposition in Kerala has raised objections after the recently concluded social science's paper of the State Board exams spotted the Muslim League party symbol on the question paper. The four-page question paper for the English-medium students had the Muslim symbol of crescent moon and a star four times on the front and last page. Reports however say that the Malayalam question paper did not have the same symbol. The KSTA has called it the deliberate attempt to stamp IUML all over the education system. The secretary of Pareeksha Bhavan told the media that a probe will be ordered to find how and why the symbols printed in the question papers. Tweet  Follow @thenewsminute
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