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KTR’s aide concerned in TSPSC paper leak: T’gana Congress chief

Telangana unit Congress chief A. Revanth Reddy on Sunday alleged that the non-public assistant of state minister for industries and knowledge know-how Ok.T. Rama Rao has performed a key function within the query paper leak case that has rocked Telangana State Public Service Fee (TSPSC)

He additionally alleged that KTR’s PA Tirupati has hyperlinks with Rajasekhar Reddy, a contract worker of TSPSC and quantity two accused within the case.

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president claimed that the paper leakage occurred from KTR’s workplace.

He mentioned the minister gave Rajasekhar Reddy a job in TSPSC on the advice of Tirupati.

Revanth Reddy, who’s at the moment on Haath se haath jodo padyatra, sat on protest in Kamareddy district over the query paper leak.

He demanded the state authorities ought to instantly order a probe by a sitting decide of the Excessive Courtroom.

He additionally introduced that he would take the problem of paper leakage to the Excessive Courtroom.

Stating that TSPSC staff are ineligible to attend the exams carried out by TSPSC, he puzzled how 20 staff appeared in exams.

Praveen Kumar, an worker of the Fee, had appeared within the Group-I Prelims. He had scored 103 marks.

The Congress chief mentioned prior to now, TSPSC worker Rajinikanth was chosen for Group-I put up. He had secured fourth rank.

Revanth Reddy mentioned that the probe ought to cowl all those that scored greater than 100 marks in Group-I Prelims. He mentioned 100 candidates from one mandal scored greater than 100 marks.

The TPCC chief mentioned that there have been irregularities in Group-I ends in 2016. Madhuri, who had come from the US to jot down the examination, secured first rank, he mentioned.

He additionally claimed that 25 candidates who wrote Group-II examination in a single place secured jobs.

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 varied 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.

On March 13, police arrested 9 individuals together with two staff of the TSPSC.

Following the arrest of the accused, the Fee cancelled the examination and likewise postponed different exams scheduled to be held later this month.

Amid doubts that the accused might 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.

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