TSPSC Paper Leak: SIT asks Revanth to show up on March 23 and prove his claims

Reddy commented on the paper leak case, alleging that 100 people from Mallial Mandal bagged 103 marks each

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  20 March 2023 2:57 PM GMT
Revanth Reddy

Hyderabad: The Special Investigation Team (SIT) looking into the TSPSC papers leakage case has issued notices to TPCC Chief Revanth Reddy, requiring him to appear before the SIT on March 23 at 11 am to provide evidence supporting the allegations he made regarding the paper leak.

SIT officers asked the staff in his house to take notice. When they refused to take it, Narender Rao, Inspector, SIT, pasted the notice on the wall of Reddy’s house in Jubilee Hills. While Reddy responded by stating that he welcomes the notices and will provide an explanation to the SIT, he also alleged that the notices were issued because SIT officer Srinivas is KTR’s brother-in-law, and the two are friends. Reddy called it a political move and demanded that KTR also receive similar notices. If not, he has threatened to approach the High Court.

Earlier, Reddy made significant comments on the paper leak case, alleging that about 100 people from Mallial mandal, Jagtial district, bagged 103 marks each. The SIT took his comments seriously and asked him to provide evidence. Reddy also claimed that KTR’s PA Tirupati was involved in the paper leak issue.

The TSPSC papers leakage case has been a matter of concern for many aspirants who have been preparing for the examination for months. The alleged leakage of question papers has raised questions about the fairness and transparency of the recruitment process.

The SIT has been conducting a thorough investigation into the case and has already arrested several suspects. The notices issued to Reddy and the allegations made by him have added a political dimension to the case, which has already garnered significant media attention. As the investigation continues, many are eagerly waiting for the SIT to complete its probe and bring those responsible for the paper leak to justice.

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