“(KCR’s) Is Liquor, Leaker Household”: Telangana BJP Chief After Leaving Jail

Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay Kumar was launched from jail right now after getting bail.


Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay Kumar who was arrested in a case associated to class X examination paper leak was launch from jail after a courtroom in Hanumakonda granted him bail on Thursday night time.

Bandi Sanjay Kumar, a Lok Sabha MP from Karimnagar constituency, was named because the prime accused within the case referring to the alleged circulation of Class 10 (SSC) Hindi examination query paper in teams of an immediate messaging app.

He was arrested by the Warangal Police on April 5 on fees of prison conspiracy and malpractices, amongst others.

Talking to reporters after being launched from jail, Kumar demanded that the state authorities inquire into the SSC paper leak case with a sitting decide and Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao’s son and minister KT Rama Rao ought to be expelled from the cupboard.

“The state authorities ought to announce an ex-gratia of Rs one lakh to every pupil who suffered attributable to query paper leak. These three calls for ought to be met,” he stated.

He alleged that 30 lakh candidates who appeared for service fee examination suffered attributable to paper leak and therefore KT Rama Rao ought to be dropped from the cupboard.

“Your (KCR) household is liquor and leaker household,” he alleged and charged that the state authorities was attempting to divert the problem of Telangana State Public Service Fee paper leak case.

He dared the Warangal Police Commissioner AV Ranganath to swear on his cap which has the Indian emblem (three lions) that regardless of the official stated was true.

He claimed that the police commissioner didn’t know the distinction between paper leak and malpractice.

The BJP chief requested in what approach he was associated to the case when any person forwarded the leaked query paper to his cell phone. He discovered fault with the police for not issuing a discover earlier than the arrest.

Kumar stated his occasion would intensify the agitation in opposition to the TSPSC paper leak subject.

The MP and three others arrested within the case had been on April 5 remanded in judicial custody until April 19 by a courtroom in Hanamkonda they usually had been lodged in a jail in Karimnagar.

A minor boy, who had allegedly taken pictures of the paper from the examination centre in Hanamkonda after being advised to take action by two accused, was additionally apprehended.

Sanjay Kumar had filed a bail utility which the courtroom accepted Thursday night time after listening to the arguments and counter-arguments.

The principal judicial Justice of the Peace courtroom granted bail to Sanajy Kumar on furnishing a private bond of Rs 20,000 with two sureties.

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