TSPSC Paper Leak Scandal: SIT Issues Notice to Revanth Reddy for Allegations!
Telangana Police's Special Investigation Team (SIT) is actively investigating the recent question paper leak scandal involving the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC). In their pursuit of justice, the SIT has issued a formal notice to the state's Congress chief, A. Revanth Reddy, requesting that he provide any information he may have pertaining to the case.
As part of their ongoing efforts, the SIT has intensified their probe by interrogating nine suspects. Additionally, individuals who have made claims relating to the scandal are also being summoned by the authorities.
Recently, Revanth Reddy made a serious allegation that K.T. Rama Rao's personal assistant, a state minister, was involved in the paper leak. This accusation was made the day prior to the SIT issuing the formal notice to the Congress chief. Earlier, Revanth Reddy had alleged that Tirupati, the personal assistant to the IT minister K.T. Rama Rao, was also involved in the leak. Furthermore, he claimed that numerous candidates in his village scored over 100 marks in the Group-1 preliminary examination, which was conducted by the TSPSC in October of last year.