BJP unemployed march' to expose TSPSC paper leak
DECCAN CHRONICLE | Narendra Pulloor
Hyderabad: The state BJP will be organising an ‘unemployed march’ in Mahbubnagar district headquarters on April 25 to highlight the demand for a probe by a sitting High Court judge into the TS Public Service Commission (TSPSC) examination papers leak, state party president Bandi Sanjay Kumar on Wednesday.
During the 'unemployed march,' the BJP will demand the ouster of IT minister K.T. Rama Rao from the Cabinet, as well as 1 lakh compensation for youth who suffered as a result of the TSPSC Group 1 paper leak, Sanjay said, adding that the TSPSC papers leak was a grave lapse and the party would not let the BRS government off the hook because it involved the livelihoods of 30 lakh job aspirants.
Sanjay added that an 'unemployed march' will be organised in all districts across the state, while asserting that the BJP has no faith in the Special Investigation Team (SIT) constituted by the BRS government.
He was addressing a press conference along with party national general secretary and in-charge for Telangana affairs Tarun Chugh at Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Bhavan on Wednesday. BRS
The TSPSC paper leakage has jeopardised the lives and future of 30 lakh job aspirants, but Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao was busy in doing politics and trying to downplay the entire case. "We will not rest till the guilty are punished. We have no faith in the SIT probe," he asserted. So far, 2.16 lakh youths have received recruitment letters from the Central government out of a total of 10 lakh assured jobs, he said. "The Central government's recruitment process is smooth, then why are there irregularities in Telangana," he questioned.
Sanjay alleged major irregularities in the Mission Bhagiratha drinking water scheme. He lambasted the BRS government for failing to provide drinking water to the people even after spending 40,000 crore. The Central government launched the Jal Jivan Mission, which provides safe drinking water to every home at a cost of 16,000, he stated, while the BRS government had spent 60,000 per home in Telangana to provide drinking water, but in vain, he claimed.