ABVP Leaders Blocked Convoy Of Indrakaran Reddy For His Comments On The TSPSC Paper Leak Case
Nirmal/Hyderabad, March 24 (Maxim News): ABVP leaders have expressed their anger over Minister Indrakaran Reddy’s comments on the TSPSC Paper leakage. They blocked the convoy of the Minister at Idgah Chowrasta in the district center today morning. They were furious over the Minister’s comments that paper leakage was common. They demanded an apology from the Minister. The police reached there immediately and arrested the ABVP leaders.
It may be recalled that Indrakaran Reddy’s comments on TSPSC paper leakage caused a sensation. On the one hand, the state is grappling with the concerns of the opposition and the unemployed over the issue of TSPSC paper leakage. In this order, the ruling party leader and minister Indrakaran Reddy’s comments on paper leakages caused a furor. This case was easily dismissed saying that paper leaks are common. They also said that it happens occasionally. He said that Tenth and Inter papers were also leaked in the past. He said that it is not correct to say that Minister KTR is guilty in the paper leak. He said that there is no point in giving notices to Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. He demanded to give evidence for the allegations made by Revanth Reddy against KCR’s son and Minister K.Tarak Rama Rao. (Maxim News)
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