Congress alleges irregularities in Group II exam, demands postponement

Hyderabad: Alleging that several irregularities took place in the Group-II examination held on November 11, Congress party has demanded the state government to postpone the remaining examination and conduct the examination flawlessly. It also demanded the state government to order an inquiry into the alleged irregularities and make it public.

Speaking to the media at Gandhi Bhavan here on Saturday, TPCC official spokesperson K Manavatha Roy made it clear that the Telangana Congress party would stand by the Group-II aspirants to see that they will not be meted out injustice.  The way the Group-II examination was conducted and the Singareni examination question paper leaked, they remind us of Madhya Pradesh  Vyapam scam.

He alleged that the candidates appeared for the Group-II examination would lose heavily as there were several loopholes in the conduct of the examination.  He asked the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) to make it clear that as to how it could conduct the examination without having decoding system. He asked the state government to re-conduct the examination if the TSPSC conducted the examination without decoding system.

He claimed that the candidates appeared for the examination raising doubts over the way the examination was conducted without photo on OMR Sheet and without using bio-metric system. “It leads to chaos among the candidates as to who wrote on whose hall ticket”, he said. He also alleged that it was shameful on the part of the TRS government for asking the lady candidates to remove their ornaments including mangal sutra and mattelu. “It is nothing but insulting the Telangana daughters”, he said.

He alleged that the examiners, who have no experience in conducting the examination, gave once OMR sheet to another one and corrected with the whitener after realizing the mistake. “It is nothing but giving a scope to irregularities. The courts will not accept such mistakes”, he pointed out. He asked the government to consult the legal experts and does justice to the candidates.

TPCC leaders Chemakuri Sridhar Goud, Bomma Hanmantha Rao, Eguri Uday and Puppala Mallesh were present at the press meet.

-NSS

 

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