The Special Investigation Team of the Telangana Police investigating the State Public Service Commission exam paper leak case has summoned BJP chief Bandi Sanjay to appear before it on March 26.
The BJP is meanwhile staging protests, calling for a judicial inquiry into the matter. “Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay was already summoned to appear before the SIT with the relevant documents. Today again we are issuing him a reminder notice to appear before the officials of SIT tomorrow,” Gangadhar, the SIT inspector, stated.
SIT officials today arrived at Sanjay’s Banjara Hills residence in Hyderabad to serve a notice to him in connection with the TSPSC leak issue. Earlier, the BJP Telangana chief was summoned by the SIT, which asked him to appear before officials to answer questions relating to his claim that several ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leaders are involved in the TSPSC exam paper leak.
As part of their state-wide protest, BJP leaders staged a protest against the TSPSC paper leakage issue in the Khairatabad constituency in Hyderabad on Saturday. BJP spokesperson NV Subhash said that the BJP is the only party in Telangana that is supporting the unemployed youth.
He said, “Around 30 lakh unemployed youth have been preparing for the TSPSC exam and Group 1 exam. The people who are associated with the Chief Minister KCR’s family and who are the followers of KTR and other political leaders in the BRS party have purposefully leaked the question paper to make money. They have looted large amounts of money”.
Earlier on March 20, the SIT issued a summons to State Congress President Revanth Reddy regarding his alleged statements on the issue. Reddy has been asked to share the information and submit evidence to the SIT with regard to the allegations made by him.