ABVP levels protest close to KCR’s residence over paper leak
Rigidity prevailed at Pragati Bhavan, the official residence of Telangana Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao right here on Tuesday as ABVP markers tried to put siege to the complicated to protest over Telangana State Public Service Fee (TSPSC) query paper leak.
Carrying ABVP flags and elevating slogans, the protesters together with girls tried to maneuver nearer to the complicated however have been stopped by police.
There was heated argument between ABVP leaders and police personnel. Because the ABVP staff continued their protest, police arrested them and shifted them to Goshamahal police station.
ABVP had final week staged a protest at TSPSC workplace which had turned violent. The protesters had barged into workplace premises and broken the board.
Police then arrested some ABVP males who have been later remanded to judicial custody.
Police had stepped up safety round Pragati Bhavan in view of the deliberate protest by ABVP. Nevertheless, some protesters took police abruptly and managed to achieve close to the excessive safety premises.
The ABVP leaders demanded resignation of Data Know-how minister Ok. T. Rama Rao over paper leak. In addition they demanded judicial probe into the case.
Hyderabad police final week arrested 9 individuals, together with two staff of TSPSC, in reference to the paper leak case.
The TSPSC had carried out the examination on March 5 for 833 vacancies of Assistant Engineer, Municipal Assistant Engineer, Technical Officer, and Junior Technical Officer in numerous engineering departments. A complete of 55,000 candidates had written the examination.
Nevertheless, the Fee suspected leakage of the query paper and lodged a criticism with the police.
Following the arrest of the accused the Fee cancelled the examination and in addition postponed different exams scheduled to be held later this month.
Amid doubts that the accused could have leaked query papers of another exams, the Fee on Friday determined to cancel three different exams together with Group I Prelims.
Practically 2.86 lakh aspirants of Group I posts had appeared in Group-I examination carried out on October 16, 2022.