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    Police interrogate Eatala in Kamalapur regarding SSC paper leak.

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    On Monday, Huzurabad BJP MLA Eatala Rajender was questioned by Central Zone DCP Md Bari in connection with the SSC public examination question paper leak in Kamalapur on April 4. The Kamalapur police had previously served a notice to Eatala, asking him to attend an inquiry at the Warangal Police Commissionerate. Eatala arrived at the Commissionerate with his mobile phone and was interrogated for about one-and-a-half-hour. After leaving the Commissionerate, Eatala spoke to the media and denied having any relationship with B Prashanth, A-2 in the paper leak conspiracy case. He also accused Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao of concocting a story to divert attention from other issues. Advocate C Vidyasagar Reddy, who accompanied Eatala, stated that police checked his phone and asked some questions regarding the question paper leakage. A large number of BJP workers gathered outside the Commissionerate during the inquiry.

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