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KTR takes strong exception to remarks made by Bandi Sanjay

BRS working president and IT Minister K T Rama Rao has strongly spoken out against BJP state president Bandi Sanjay’s remarks, accusing him of making politically motivated remarks without an understanding of the functioning of constitutional institutions and government departments. He warned Sanjay that he could face criminal cases for his political conspiracies in the coming days.

Rama Rao responded to what he termed as ill-founded and motivated charges raised by Sanjay on the TSPSC issue in a detailed statement issued here on Friday. The TSPSC was an independent institution, and the State Government had limited involvement in TSPSC matters. However, Bandi Sanjay’s comments on the Commission demonstrated his lack of knowledge and ignorance, he stated.

Launching a broadside against Bandi Sanjay for his propensity to make baseless allegations, Rama Rao wondered how Sanjay could become an MP.  He saw no point in Sanjay’s efforts to link the Dharani portal and the TSPSC issue to raise false accusations against him. The Dharani portal was launched to facilitate the management of land records. “Yet, the BJP State president with malafide intention was linking the Dharani and TSPSC issue and casting false accusations against me. This will not be tolerated,” Rama Rao warned.

The BRS working president reminded the BJP State president of the defamation suit he faced in the past for making baseless allegations in the intermediate examinations issue, saying the BJP leader appeared to have not learned from the past. “Though I have nothing to do with TSPSC issue, Bandi Sanjay is again trying to defame me. For his politically motivated conspiracies, he will have to face criminal cases in the coming days.”

He stated that there were several instances of exam paper leaks pertaining to recruitment exams in BJP-ruled states, in which BJP leaders were also found to be involved. During the last eight years, there have been 13 instances of question papers from various examinations being leaked in Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state. “What does Bandi Sanjay say about such scandals? He should demand Modi’s resignation holding the latter responsible for such issues,” challenged Rama Rao.

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Citing BJP leaders’ involvement in the Madhya Pradesh Vyapam recruitment exam scam, the BRS working president stated that the entire country was well aware of the BJP government’s actions in the matter. This also brought to light the BJP’s double standards.

On the contrary, soon after the TSPSC exam paper leak became public, the Telangana government formed a Special Investigation Team and got all the accused persons arrested. TSPSC had made a crucial decision to cancel the Group I Prelims in the interests of several eligible candidates, he said. “The BJP should desist from making it a political matter. Just for its political gains, the saffron party is also trying to transform it into a law and order issue,” he charged.

He recalled how the BJP leader had urged students to abandon their preparations for various recruitment exams and join hands with his party. As a result, he does not have a moral right to speak about the youngsters’ future. People had not forgotten Bandi Sanjay’s comments that due to Telangana government job notifications, youth were getting distanced from the BJP party.






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