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    The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has been embroiled in a controversy after the recent leak of its question paper. In response, G Niranjan, the Telangana PCC senior vice-president, has called for a thorough investigation into the matter by a sitting judge of the High Court.

    Niranjan has also suggested that the governing body of the TSPSC should be abolished and replaced with a committee headed by a sitting judge. This committee would be responsible for overseeing all examinations until the formation of a new governing body for the TSPSC.

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    The leak of the TSPSC question paper has left thousands of candidates in a state of uncertainty. It is unfortunate that some leaders of political parties, such as the BRS and BJP, have been blaming each other instead of focusing on finding a solution to the problem.

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    The affected candidates and their families are seeking justice through a fair trial and strict action against those responsible for the leak. It is imperative that the authorities take swift and appropriate action to restore confidence in the TSPSC and ensure that such incidents do not occur in the future.

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