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    The Congress party has criticized the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) and the BRS government for their incompetence. This comes after the High Court ordered the government to conduct the Group-1 exam once again. The Congress party has called this order a ‘tight slap’ on the TSPSC and BRS government. They are demanding that the chairman and members of the Board resign immediately on moral grounds.

    A spokesperson for the Congress party, Dr Riyaz, spoke to the media about their demands. He urged the government to replace the entire panel with a new one. Dr Riyaz also criticized the State government for its inability to conduct a single Group-I exam during its 10-year rule. He believes that this government should not continue in power and should at least replace the existing board with a new one before implementing the High Court’s directive. Dr Riyaz emphasized that this would be the least the government could do to compensate for the damage caused and mitigate the harm done to the candidates.

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    In conclusion, the Congress party is calling for the resignation of the TSPSC chairman and members and for a new panel to be appointed. They believe that the State government’s incompetence is evident in its failure to conduct Group-I exams and that it should be replaced or relinquish power.

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