Question Papers | Hyderabad, April 18 (Hydnow): YSRTP President, Y.S. Sharmila has categorically stated that the Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao government should feel shame for selling the question papers as if the goods are being sold under the TSPSC Board.
speaking to press persons, she said that the unemployed committed suicide in the past, but now the hard work of the unemployed has been watered down with paper leakages It has been over a month and a half since the TSPSC scam, and so far there has been no review and no meeting by the Chief Minister KCR. She criticized the unemployed youths who were being arrested by the police. She said that KCR’s aim is to conduct the exams without taking any action on the TSPSC paper lead scam and again sell the question papers and prevent the unemployed from getting jobs.
Sharmila demanded that the TSPSC Board should be scrapped immediately. (Hydnow)
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