Telangana BJP leaders criticise government over TSPSC exam cancellations
Hyderabad: The BRS government has turned into a curse for the unemployed in Telangana, BJP state president G. Kishan Reddy said on Saturday.
Kishan Reddy and other BJP leaders severely criticised the state government for its repeated failures over TSPSC competitive exams, in the wake of the Telangana High Court cancelling the Group-1 Prelims held this June and ordering that a fresh exam be conducted.
“The BRS government lost all moral rights to govern following the High Court cancelling the Group-1 prelims. It is extremely unfortunate that nearly four lakh youth have again been left in the lurch as a result,” Kishan Reddy said in a statement from New Delhi.
“The state government has clearly not learnt any lesson after the question paper leak that led to cancellation of the first Group-1 Prelims held last October. This time, the TSPSC did not follow its own norms of biometric attendance for the Group-1 candidates, and also failed in every other aspect. This shows the BRS government does not care for the youth and unemployed in Telangana,” he said.
BJP national general secretary and incharge for Telangana party affairs Tarun Chugh said: “KCR prioritised employment for his family but shattered the dreams of millions of Group-1 aspirants. This is a testimony to the grave injustice done to the youth and the unemployed by KCR.”
D.K. Aruna, the party’s national vice-president, demanded that the existing TSPSC be thoroughly revamped and officials held accountable for the repeated goof-ups and punished. “All the BRS government has done is issue notifications after notifications to fool the youth with no real recruitment happening,” she said.