Kishan seeks sitting judge probe into TSPSC paper leaks
Hyderabad: Union minister G. Kishan Reddy on Sunday demanded a high-level inquiry by a sitting judge into the TSPSC question paper leaks, claiming that bigwigs of the state government were involved in the scam.
Speaking to reporters after meeting jailed BJYM activists for protesting against the government over the incident, Kishan Reddy slammed the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) for fabricating false cases against the Morcha activists.
“Unemployed youth in the state are worrying over the TSPSC question paper leak, but the BRS government is trying to cover up its inefficiency in the paper leak case. Youth of the state are quickly reacting to the failures of the BRS government and they are readying to give fitting lesson,” he said.
Claiming that the BJP would meet the aspirations of the people of Telangana, Kishan Reddy said the party and its frontal organisations are not afraid of false cases filed by the BRS government.
“We are not new to jails and cases, we are ready to fight for the people. People strongly believe that change is possible in Telangana state with BJP rule, as they vexed with the corrupt and family rule of the BRS government,” he said.