Kishan Reddy Stressed Need For Judicial Inquiry In The TSPSC Paper Leak
Hyderabad, Mar 26 (Maxim News): Union Minister for Tourism and Culture, G. Kishan Reddy stressed the need for ordering the judicial inquiry into the TSPSC Paper leak case as demanded by the various sections of people including the students, parents, NGOs and other organisation as this leakage of question paper has ruined the lives of the lakhs of families.
The Union Minister has gone to the Chanchalguda Jail where the BJYM leaders have been lodged for questioning and protesting against the TSPSC question Paper leak. He strongly condemned the illegal and undemocratic arrest of BJYM leaders. (Maxim News)
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