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    SIT Requests Evidence on TSPSC Paper Leakage from Revanth Reddy in Telangana

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    The Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed by the Telangana state government has been investigating the case of leakage of TSPSC question papers. The State Public Service Commission has already cancelled several examinations due to this issue. The SIT team, headed by AR Srinivas, has intensified the investigation and taken those involved in the paper leak into custody for interrogation.

    As the investigation continues, political leaders are making accusations and counter-accusations on paper leaks. Some leaders have accused BRS leaders, while others have alleged that KTR and his PA were behind the leak of the papers. These accusations have caused a stir politically.

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    In response to these allegations, the SIT issued notices on Monday to those making the accusations in the TSPSC papers leak case. The SIT has asked them to provide evidence regarding the allegations they are making and share any information they have with them. TPCC Chief Revanth Reddy and some other politicians were among those issued notices. The SIT has asked Revanth Reddy to provide information about the leak of the papers.

    It is worth noting that Revanth Reddy has alleged that KTR PA Tirupati is involved in paper leakage and that hundreds of candidates in his village got more than hundred marks in Group 1 preliminary examination. The investigation is ongoing, and more information is expected to come out as the SIT continues its work.

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