The BJP leaders in the state of Hyderabad have criticized the BRS government and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for their inaction regarding the recent SSC question paper leaks. The party’s state chief, Bandi Sanjay Kumar, has accused the current regime of presiding over a “jatara” of leaks and has demanded the sacking of IT Minister K T Rama Rao and the resignation of Education Minister Sabitha Indira Reddy for their failure to prevent the leaks. Kumar has also called for an inquiry into the TSPSC question paper leak and for those responsible to be brought to justice.
Meanwhile, BJP OBC Morcha national president Dr K Laxman has expressed doubts about the state’s governance, saying that the leaking of question papers has become routine under the KCR government. He has accused the government of shirking responsibility for its inefficiency and of blaming the BJP for its own failures. Laxman has demanded an inquiry into the TSPSC question paper leak and for ministers responsible to be sacked from the Cabinet. He has also called for stringent action to be taken against those responsible for the SSC question paper leak.
Former MP AP Jitender Reddy has also criticized the BRS government for its failure to prevent the SSC question paper leaks, saying that it is not taking the future of lakhs of students and unemployed people seriously. Reddy has demanded the sacking of the Education minister, the scraping of the TSPSC board, and an inquiry by a sitting high court judge into the TSPSC paper leak. He has also called for Rs 1 lakh compensation to each unemployed person following the cancellation of TSPSC exams.
Overall, the BJP leaders in Hyderabad are demanding accountability from the BRS government and are calling for action to be taken against those responsible for the recent question paper leaks. They are also urging the government to take steps to prevent such leaks from happening in the future and to ensure that students and unemployed people are not adversely affected by the government’s inefficiency.