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    Tarun Chugh, the BJP national general secretary and Telangana party affairs in charge, has called for the immediate dissolution of the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) following a paper leak incident. He demands that a judicial inquiry be instituted to investigate the entire incident, with a sitting judge leading the inquiry. The paper leak incident affects the fate of over 30 lakh youths who have been working hard to secure jobs. Chugh also calls for the suspension of all members of the commission and for the inquiry to cover the alleged role of the BRS chief KCR and his family in the scam. Chugh alleges that the KCR family has built a fiefdom of corruption in the state and that it is time to expose all their misdeeds. He further criticizes KCR for keeping himself off the scene since the scam came to light, suggesting that he has failed to discharge his duty and is hiding for fear of being exposed. Chugh concludes by stating that a judicial inquiry is necessary to expose the role of KCR’s family and commission members, as it is a cruel joke with over 30 lakh unemployed youths.

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