As Revanth Reddy Appears Before SIT; Many Congress Leaders Were Detained In City 

Hyderabad, March 23 (Maxim News):  As TPCC Chief and MP, Revanth Reddy appeared before the SIT, the police detained in advance the Congress leaders and workers in the city. 

already Lingojiguda corporator, GHMC floor leader Darpalli Rajasekhar Reddy has been detained by the Chaitanyapuri police and taken to the station.  Darpalli Rajasekhar Reddy questioned that without investigating the role of the Government leaders and officials in the TSPSC paper leak, what is the point of calling the leaders of the opposition party for investigation? 

There is tension at the Himayat nagar SIT office.  Congress ranks protested against notices to Revanth Reddy.  In this order, the police present there detained the Congress workers.  Khairatabad Corporator Vijaya Reddy who protested at the SIT office was detained. 

Three more were arrested in the TSPSC paper leakage case.  SIT officials arrested Ramesh Kumar, Shamim, and Suresh working in TSPSC.  The SIT officials found during the investigation that these three accused also wrote the Group-1 exam and got more than 100 marks.  Police say that these three wrote the exam through paper leakage.  26 people working in TSPSC wrote Group prelims, and out of the 8 qualified.  SIT officials have already issued notices to 30 people working in TSPSC.  All the suspects will be interrogated and their roles will also be investigated. 

Confidential Section Officer Shankara Lakshmi will be present for the SIT inquiry again today, on the other hand, the custodial trial of 9 accused will end today.  The SIT officials will file a petition in the court to take him into custody again.  The S*IT officials interrogated the nine accused for six days.  Along with 9 people, three others were also arrested in this case.  The medical examination of these three accused will be conducted today.  The accused will be produced in the Nampally court in the evening.  (Maxim News) 

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