SIT Issued Notices To 30 TSPSC Employees In The Paper Leak Case

Hyderabad, March, 22 (Maxim News):  In the case of the TSPSC question paper leakage case, the SIT has issued notices to 30 employees working in the office to come for investigation.  Those who are close to Praveen and Rajasekhar will be interrogated 

The SIT authorities are investigating whether they had any role in the paper leakage and whether they helped in any way.  A key development has taken place in the case is the issuing of notices not only to permanent employees but also to outsourced IT staff.  

At the same time, the officials announced that further investigation should be done on the role of Shankar Lakshmi, an officer of the confidential room section.  She will be interrogated again on march 23.  Apart from TSPSC employees, the SIT also decided to interrogate coaching center administrators and candidates who were close to Renuka, who was key in the leakage. 

SIT officials have decided to interrogate Rajasekhar’s friend Ramesh, who has obtained the rank of Group-1 as well.   SIT has already issued notice to State BJP President Bandi Sanjay and Congress party president Revanth Reddy.  The SIT went to the houses and put notices to give evidence for the allegations made on the paper leakages.  Officials explained that as much as notices have been issued, it cannot be said that all of them are involved in the paper leakage as much as they have been called for an investigation. 

Sensational things are coming to light as the paper leakage case is being investigated.  The entire city will emerge.  At the same time, while the BJP is demanding an inquiry with the sitting judge of the High Court, RS Praveen Kumar along with the Congress party is demanding an inquiry by the CBI.  (Maxim News) 

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