TSPSC Paper Leak: ED Should Inquire How KTR Got The Exam Data: Revanth

Hyderabad, March 31 (Maxim News):  TPCC President, Revanth Reddy complained to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) Officials that the TSPSC paper leak case should be investigated by the ED.

Revanth Reddy asked, how KTR has decided that his reputation is worth Rs. 100 crores can KTR be sold to Rs. 100 crores, he said that the persons who is having reputation and respect should file defamation suit   He questioned whether the accused in the TSPSC paper leak case are related to KTR.  Revanth Reddy demanded that the ED investigate who gave the data to KTR other than the officials.  How did KTR know the cutoff marks?  Revanth questioned how KTR said that 415 people had written the Group-1 exam. 

Revanth alleged that the SIT was formed to protect the wanted people in the TSPSC paper leak case.  He criticised that all the cases in which the SIT was set up in the past were misguided.  He said that whenever the government gets stuck, SIT is formed.  He demanded that Shankar Lakshmi be included as A1 in the TSPSC paper leak case.  Revanth Reddy wants to investigate the case with ED when there are allegations of financial crimes.  He said that a complaint has been lodged with the CBI and ED in Delhi regarding the TSPSC paper leak case.  The ED wants to take what has been sized by the SIT so far.

Revanth Reddy asked not to mess with lakhs of unemployed youths.  Revanth Reddy said that despite all this happening, the government is not responding,  Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and his son and Minister K. Tarak Rao should apologies to the unemployed.  He questioned why KCR is not responding to the paper leak.  

He questioned whether it is right that the SIT issue notices to the opposition leaders who disclosed the evidence.  He said that if they protest , they are being arrested by the police.  He demanded a comprehensive inquiry into the paper leakage.  (Maxim News) 

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