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    The State unit of ABVP in Hyderabad has demanded a judicial inquiry into the alleged TSPSC question paper leak. The protestors gathered at the Hyderabad district collectorate and demanded that TSPSC chairman Janardhan Reddy and secretary Anita Ramachandran take responsibility for the leak and order a comprehensive investigation into the matter.

    Kamal Suresh, joint secretary of the parishad, asserted that the commission has lost its credibility due to the scam and demanded the immediate removal of Reddy and Ramachandran. He also demanded a thorough probe into all exams conducted by the commission so far.

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    Jeevan, a State executive committee member, accused the police of brutally lathicharging the protestors and keeping them in Mushirabad and Nampally stations. The ABVP suspects the involvement of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao in the leak and criticized his lack of response to the issue.

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    The protest was attended by several members including State working committee member Raju, district convener Narla Hariprasad, and State convener (girls) Sirivennela, among others.

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