Alleging the BJP State unit of plotting question paper leaks and endangering the future of students, BRS Hyderabad incharge Dasoju Sravan asked the police to book cases under the PD Act against all those involved.
He slammed the BJP’s cheap tactics, saying the saffron party was stooping to new lows to gain political mileage. He claimed that the BJP leaders were more concerned with their political agendas than with the students’ future.
“All those involved in TSPSC question papers leak and tenth class question papers leak are active members of BJP. More importantly, they are very close to Karimnagar MP and BJP State president Bandi Sanjay” charged Sravan.
On Wednesday, Along with Deputy Speaker Padma Rao Goud, he addressed at the BRS Athmeeya Sammelan held at Boudha Nagar, Secunderabad.
Chief Minister K Chandrashehkar Rao had transformed the drought-prone Telangana into a prosperous state. Now, the BJP at the Centre was eyeing Telangana’s wealth and using crooked ploys to gain foothold in Telangana, he said, adding that the series of question paper leaks in the State were plotted by BJP to defame the Chief Minister.
BRS demands disqualification of BJP MP from Parliament
BRS on Wednesday demanded the disqualification of Karimnagar Lok Sabha MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar following his arrest in the 10th class paper leak case.
State ministers and other BRS leaders said Lok Sabha Speaker should take immediate action and disqualify Sanjay for committing an offence of a grave nature.
Sanjay, who is also President of BJP’s Telangana unit, was arrested by the police in Karimnagar after midnight. He will be produced in a court in Warangal later in the day.
Sate finance minister T. Harish Rao said they were requesting Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla to disqualify Sanjay. Harish Rao described Sanjay as the mastermind in leakage of Hindi question paper of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and claimed that he has been caught red-handed.
He alleged that, unable to fight BRS politically, the BJP leader was playing with the future of children. “BJP’s politics has touched a new low. They can stoop to any level for political gains,” he said.
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