TSPSC paper leak: Raj Bhavan writes to govt, again
Deccan Chronicle.| DC Correspondent
Raj Bhavan. (DC file image)
HYDERABAD: The Raj Bhavan on Thursday, for the second time in just 10 days, has written to the state government seeking details about the TSPSC question paper leaks case.
The first such letter, on March 14, sought a "thorough" report about the case from the state "within 48 hours." On Thursday too, the Raj Bhavan in its letter to the Chief Secretary, the TSPSC, and the Director General of Police sought the ‘latest status within 48 hours."
A Raj Bhavan communique said following instructions from the Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan, the letter was written asking, along with the latest status of the SIT investigation, details of TSPSC’s regular and outsourced employees who appeared for examinations with or without permission from the Commission and their performance in the exams and preparatory leave.
In its March 14 letter, the Raj Bhavan referring to the question paper leaks had said that such "disgusting incidents" should not recur, and steps must be taken to "to protect the future and interests of the genuine candidates."