'TSPSC Xerox centre' flexis set up at commission office
Hyderabad: The TSPSC question paper leak case, which has drawn huge public and political attention over the past few weeks, has now turned into a battleground for the ‘flexi war’, which is a recent trend mostly spotted in poll battles.
A flexi board stating ‘TSPSC Xerox centre’ set up in the surroundings of the commission’s office on Wednesday drew public attention.
In entirety, the board read: “TSPSC xerox centre, ichchata anni rakamula prabhutva udyoga pravesha prasna patralu labhinchunu (All Government job entrance question papers available here.”
The flexi also had a picture of OU JAC chairman Arjun Babu and listed demands from the government.
“Instead of cancelling the TSPSC board that is at fault, what message does cancelling the entrance exams give? Is the punishment for the board or aspirants?” it stated.
Among the demands was a public apology by the Chief Minister to job aspirants over the goof-up, while it also called for a CBI probe to prove to the public that the Chief Minister or his family members were not involved in the scam.
It also called for the board to be dismissed and the sacking of the minister concerned from the Cabinet. Further, it sought that the government pay Rs 10,000 to each affected candidate.
The flexis were later removed.