BJP demands probe by HC Judge over TSPSC question papers leakage

Prabhakar said that probe by a High Court judge was needed to find out who were the invisible forces' behind this conspiracy

HYDERABAD: BJP state vice-president N.V.S.S. Prabhakar said that the party would intensify its fight in support of unemployed youths in the state by organising a march of jobless persons in Warangal on April 15.

He said that 30 lakh people were waiting for job notifications to attempt the tests and get a government jobs. The BRS government in a planned manner had resorted to leakage of competitive exam question papers so as to delay recruitments as it has no money to pay salaries.

He called minister K.T. Rama Rao a “leak master” for failing to prevent the leakage of question papers of the Telangana State Public Service Commission. He demanded immediate dismissal of Rama Rao from the state Cabinet and instituting a probe by a High Court judge into the question papers leak.

Speaking to reporters at the state party headquarters here, Prabhakar said that a probe by a High Court judge into the TSPSC paper leakage was needed to find out who were the ‘invisible forces’ behind this conspiracy.

Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao had no sincerity in providing government jobs to unemployed youths who had supported Telangana movement and sacrificed their lives. “KCR is busy with a two-pronged strategy to save his MLC daughter Kavitha from the Delhi liquor scam and his minister son KTR from the TSPSC question paper leakage,” Prabhakar alleged.

He said that administration had come to a standstill and there seemed to be no government to address the problems of people. He claimed 12,000 files had piled up at Chandrashekar Rao’s farmhouse for his signature. Taking a potshot at the atmeeya sammelanams of BRS MLAs, Prabhakar said that Chandrashekar Rao should organise similar meetings with government employees, teachers and students unions and participate in them and sort out their problems.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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