The lawyer said that the facts will come out only if the case is handed over to the CBI and investigated. On the other hand, the Advocate General presented arguments on behalf of the government. It has been revealed that 17 of the 18 accused have been arrested so far. The investigation in this case is still going on and another accused is in New Zealand.
If the political tremors are shaking over the TSPSC paper leaks… On the other hand, the court has taken up the hearing on the petition filed by NSUI President Balamuri Venkat to hand over the case to the CBI. Petitioner’s lawyer Vivek asked how the IT Minister can say that only two are the accused when the TSPSC paper leak investigation is still going on. The lawyer said that the facts will come out only if the case is handed over to the CBI and investigated. On the other hand, the Advocate General presented arguments on behalf of the government. It has been revealed that 17 of the 18 accused have been arrested so far. The AG said that the investigation in this case is still going on and another accused is in New Zealand and will be investigated soon. The court was told that the accused have been arrested and sent to jail as per law. The Telangana High Court has adjourned the TSPSC paper leak case till 24th of this month. On the other hand, the TSPSC investigation report submitted by SIT officials got hold of TV 9. In the status report submitted to the High Court on the TSPSC paper leakage, the CIT has mentioned several key minutes. In the 18-page CIT investigation summary report, it has been stated that 40 lakhs of money was transferred in the paper leakage. 250 pages of reports and enclosures have been filed in the court. The SIT said that 15 people who seized the paper were arrested. Shankar Lakshmi was considered as a witness and the SIT gave a report. The SIT concluded that Praveen and Rajasekhar were the main players in the TSPSC leakage. TSPSC member and chairman have been interrogated.
Moreover, the SIT has explained in the report that it has no faith in the SIT’s investigation and the petitions to conduct an investigation with the CBI and the sitting judge. The SIT said that in the past, the SIT has investigated many sensational cases and TSPSC is also investigating the matter vigorously. The SIT opined that there is no need for CBI investigation in this case. The SIT mentioned that the final report of the FSL, which has become crucial in TSPSC, is yet to come and as part of the investigation, notices have been issued to politicians who made controversial comments. However, the SIT revealed that the political leaders did not give any crucial information. The SIT submitted the statements and evidence given by the witnesses, accused and member chairman to the court. ED is of the opinion that they have the right to investigate under Section 48, 49. The Nampally court will issue an order on the ED custody petition tomorrow. Key points were mentioned in the custody petition of the accused. ED wrote to CCS ACP on March 23 and asked to give documents of 8 items related to the TSPSC case. The TSPSC alleged money laundering in the leak. More Telangana news Click for..