Roots of TSPSC question paper leakages are from Pragathi bhavan, allege BSP president Dr Praveen Kumar

HYDERABAD:  Former IPS officer and Bahujan Samaj Party Telangana state Dr RS Praveen Kumar has alleged that the roots of TSPSC question paper are from the Pragathi Bhavan, official residence of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Participating at a round table conference on “Prabhutva Vaifhalyam – Nirudhyogula Gosa” (government failure= unemployed youth woes) organised at Press club in Somajiguda in Hyderabad on Tuesday, the BSP chief charged that the leakages were conducted under the guidance of the family members of the Chief Minister and Minister for IT K Taraka Rama Rao. He informed that the KCR and KTR should come out of the farm house, Hi-tech city, clubs and pubs and visit the Ashoknagar, Dilsukhnagar and Osmania University to see the plight of the unemployed youth.

Demanding the government to order for a CBI into the leakages, he reminded that: “I also worked in the Special Investigation Team (SIT). I know how it works. The sincere officers are not allowed to work in SIT and it does not even have chairs to sit”. He asked why the police have not seized the computers from TSPSC till March 17 when the case was registered on March 11 and demanded that authorities to clarify on the issue.

Reiterating that the SIT cannot solve the case and there was no confidence and credibility on its functioning, he said that the CBI alone was having technical knowledge and they could alone expose the guilty persons. Ridiculing the government for stating that only two persons were involved in the leakages, he asked whether the SIT would interrogate Ministers KTR and T Harish Rao and MLC K Kavitha as there were leads about their involvement. He flayed the government for neglecting the issue when there were allegations over the leakages of question papers of junior linemen, AEE and Singareni recruitment exams.

Stating that the all-parties would chalk out future course of action on the TSPSC leakages, he appealed to the youth to focus on their education and the parties would agitate for their cause. He also found fault with the government for sending Advocate-General to New Delhi when the MLC Kavitha case was a private case and no way concerned to the government. He charged that the Chief Minister was only concerned about his daughter and not the people of the Telangana state, who crusaded for the formation of separate state.

Demanding life imprisonment to the TSPSC paper leakage accused, he said that the government should provide Rs 50,000 per month as compensation to the unemployed from the CM’s special fund. He demanded the TSPSC chairman to step down from the post.



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