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    BJP MLA Eatala summoned by police for investigation regarding SSC paper leak in Warangal

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    The BJP MLA from Warangal in Telangana, Eatala Rajender, has been summoned by the police for investigation regarding the SSC paper leak in the district. The incident had taken place in March this year, where the question papers of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination were leaked just before the exams. The police have been conducting an inquiry into the matter and have now summoned Rajender for questioning.

    Rajender has denied any involvement in the paper leak and has stated that he is ready to cooperate with the police in their investigation. He has also claimed that the allegations against him are politically motivated and aimed at tarnishing his image. The BJP MLA has been vocal about the irregularities in the education system in Telangana and has been demanding reforms to improve the quality of education.

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    The SSC paper leak in Warangal had caused widespread outrage among students and parents, who had demanded strict action against those responsible for the incident. The police had arrested several people, including teachers and school principals, in connection with the case. The incident had also raised questions about the security measures in place during the examination and the need for better monitoring to prevent such incidents in the future. The investigation into the case is ongoing, and the police are expected to question Rajender soon.

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