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Congress threatens to storm CM Camp Office if no re-exam is conducted for EAMCET-2

Fri, Jul 22, 2016, 06:58 PM
Demanding the State government to re-conduct the EAMCET-2 examination, the TPCC on Friday warned the government that it would lay siege to Chief Minister’s Camp Office along with students and parents in case the government failed to conduct a re-examination within 15 days time.

The TPCC also demanded that the State government order a CBI inquiry into the alleged EAMCET-2 paper leakage, saying that the party had no faith in a CID inquiry.

Speaking to the media, TPCC leader Mahesh alleged that the TRS government was not taking the EAMCET-2 paper leakage issue seriously. The government made poor students the scapegoats by allowing leakage of EAMCET-2 paper.

He alleged that the state government had given contract to the ineligible Magnetic Info Tech Company to conduct the prestigious EAMCET examination at the cost of students' future.

He alleged that the SSC and Inter Boards had kept the Company in black list due to its unfair conduct of examinations. But the higher education once again assigned the job to Info Tech Company, which was an expert in frauds.

He said that the company had failed to prepare a merit list of 1400 students in 2014 and due to its inability and the same students had lost their seats in the IITs.

Questioning the state government as to why it had assigned the job of conducting EAMCET, E-CET, LAWCET, EdCET, OU CET and KU CET to Info Tech Company, Mahesh alleged that the Education Department had links with the Company and hence the JNTU also assigned the job of conducting the police recruitment examination to it.

He said that the Company was using faulty biometric machines only to ensure ranks to selected students. He said that the government rejected the tenders filed by the prestigious TCS company to help out the Info Tech company.

Reiterating his demand of CBI inquiry, Mahesh said that he had no faith in CID inquiry and hence the government order a CBI inquiry immediately to save the poor EAMCET-2 students.

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