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    Telangana Congress Chief Files Complaint with ED Regarding TSPSC Paper Leak Incident

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    The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) paper leak incident has caused quite a stir in the state’s political circles. The Congress party’s Telangana unit chief, Revanth Reddy, has filed a complaint with the Enforcement Directorate (ED) regarding the incident. In this article, we will discuss the TSPSC paper leak incident and Revanth Reddy’s complaint with the ED.

    The TSPSC is responsible for conducting recruitment examinations for various government jobs in Telangana. In March 2021, the commission conducted a written examination for the recruitment of Junior Assistants in various departments. However, reports emerged soon after the examination that the question paper had been leaked.

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    The TSPSC initially denied any paper leak but later admitted that there had been a breach of security. The commission canceled the examination and announced that it would conduct a re-examination at a later date.

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    The TSPSC paper leak incident caused widespread outrage among job aspirants and political parties in Telangana. The Congress party, in particular, has been vocal in its criticism of the state government and the TSPSC. The party accused the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) of being involved in the paper leak and demanded a thorough investigation into the matter.

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    Revanth Reddy, the Congress party’s Telangana unit chief, has taken the matter to the ED. He filed a complaint with the agency, alleging that the paper leak was part of a larger conspiracy to benefit certain individuals and groups. Reddy claimed that the TRS government was involved in the conspiracy and had used its influence to manipulate the recruitment process.

    The ED has not yet commented on Reddy’s complaint or initiated any action in the matter. However, Reddy’s move has added another dimension to the TSPSC paper leak incident. It remains to be seen how the investigation will unfold and whether any individuals or groups will be held accountable for the breach of security.

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    In conclusion, the TSPSC paper leak incident has raised serious questions about the integrity of the recruitment process in Telangana. The Congress party’s complaint with the ED has added another layer of complexity to the investigation. It is important that the authorities conduct a thorough and impartial investigation into the matter and take appropriate action against those responsible for the breach of security. Only then can the people of Telangana have faith in the recruitment process and the government’s commitment to transparency and accountability.

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    Rajesh M
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