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    The Civil Supplies Minister of Hyderabad, Gangula Kamalakar, held a press conference on Sunday to address the recent TSPSC paper leak. He stated that it was not a scam, but a mistake made by two individuals. The State government took the initiative to investigate the issue by forming a Special Investigating Team (SIT).

    Kamalakar assured the public that no injustice would be done to the youth affected by the paper leak. He accused the Opposition of trying to mislead the youth by making baseless allegations against the government. The minister emphasized that the government had no role in the constitutional body.

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    The investigation was initiated on March 12 when the government received information about the leakage before the press and the Opposition. The two accused were arrested on the same day. Kamalakar expressed disappointment with the Opposition parties for speaking without proper knowledge and attempting to mislead people.

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    The minister also pointed out that paper leaks and job scams were happening every day in BJP and Congress-ruled states. He cited examples of similar incidents in BJP-ruled states such as Gujarat, Karnataka, UP, and MP.

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    Kamalakar concluded by stating that mistakes could happen, and it was essential to address them promptly. He urged people not to be misled by false allegations and trust the government’s actions to resolve the issue.

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