Alleging that the Telangana government has ordered CID inquiry into the EAMCET-II paper leakage issue only to misguide the people, TDP official spokesperson Nannuri Narsi Reddy said Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s family secret will come out if the CID inquired into the Magnetic Info Tech Company affairs with regard to EAMCET-II paper leakage.
In a pressnote, Narsi Reddy said the State government ordered CID inquiry instead of a CBI inquiry fearing that the CBI will find out KCR family’s role in the case. He asked KCR, who used to proclaim that he would not leave anybody indulging in corrupt practices, to tell whether the latter has guts to order CBI inquiry into the role of IT Minister KT Rama Rao in EAMCET-II paper leakage. He also asked the State government to tell the name of a person, who allowed JNTU officials to assign EAMCET online works to Magnetic Info Tech Company, which was banned by the SSC and Intermediate Boards. Why the Chief Minister, Education Minister Kadiam Srihari and Higher Education Council Chairman Papi Reddy failed to respond to the compliant lodged by the TATA Consultancy and other Companies. He also alleged that the Magnetic Info Tech Company got the EAMCET Online works with the interference of KCR family members, Narsi Reddy alleged.
The TDP leader demanded that the Chief Minister sack Ministers Kadiam Srihari, C. Laxma Reddy and Higher Education Council Chairman Papi Reddy and order CBI inquiry into the leakage to find out the truth. He also alleged that thousands of students were affected severely just because of KCR’s family, which assigned EAMCET online works to inefficient company, to fulfill their selfish ends. He alleged that KCR family assigned online works to Magnetic Info Tech company only for illegal earnings and to get top ranks to the students of the college established by KCR relatives.
Stating that the government was making unknown people scapegoats leaving big sharks in the episode, Narsi Reddy demanded the government to order CBI inquiry into leakage if it was sincere. (NSS)