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    Dr. Balmoori Venkat Narsing Rao, the NSUI State President, has filed a writ petition in the Telangana High Court seeking a direction to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate the assistant engineer examination paper leak. The examination was conducted by the TSPSC for the post of AE recently, and the question paper was leaked by the main conspirator P Praveen Kumar, who is working as ASO in TSPSC. A case was registered by the Begum Bazar police on March 11, 2023, on the complaint lodged by the Asst. Secretary Administration, TSPSC. The FIR no 64/2023 was registered under Section 409 IPC and Section 4 of the Telangana Public Examination (Prevention of Malpractices and Unfair Means), Act 1977. The Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, had transferred the FIR to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) for investigation. However, the petitioner contended that this was not the first time that the question paper of a competitive examination was leaked, and such incidents have occurred frequently, depriving aspiring young candidates of an opportunity to get a government job through competitive tests. The petitioner stated that this is an organized crime committed with the connivance of the staff working in TSPSC and other conspirators for money. To thwart such incidents in the future, an independent agency like CBI should probe this AE exam paper leak issue, he contended. As the SIT constituted by the CP, Hyderabad, has not yet commenced the probe, the petitioner sought a direction to CBI to investigate the issue. The petition will come up for hearing before the court on March 20.

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    In another case, Kadapa MP YS Avinash Reddy filed two interim applications seeking to stay further examination of him by the CBI in the YS Vivekananda Reddy murder case. The HC on Friday pronounced its orders stating that it was not inclined to stay the CBI investigation. However, the counsel of Reddy cannot accompany him in the room where he is examined. The MP should be examined within sight of his advocate, and the court directed CBI to record the audio and video of the investigation. The applications filed by Reddy were dismissed.

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    On Friday, the Chief Justice Ujjal Bhuyan directed Dharmapuri Arvind, BJP MP from Nizamabad, to face trial in a SC, ST case registered against him in Madannapet PS by vacating its earlier order dated January 5, 2022. Bangaru Sailoo, a social worker from Nizamabad, lodged a complaint at Madannapet PS on January 2, 2022 stating that the MP has demeaned SCs, STs by making derogatory comments against SCs by uttering “Lottapisu” word at a press conference on October 31, 2021. Following the complaint, a case under Section 3(1)(7) of SC, ST (Prevention of Atrocities), Act was registered. During an earlier hearing, the CJ advised the MP to be more careful during public meetings and restrain from uttering such words. Arvind filed a criminal petition in the court seeking quash of FIR. Upon the request of the counsel of MP, the CJ kept the day’s order in abeyance for 30 days to enable the petitioner to avail alternate remedy.

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