Hyderabad: The Bharatiya Janata Party said it suspects serious corruption within the Telangana State Public Service Commissioner (TSPSC) and believes that it has become a chronically mismanaged arm of the government.
“The high court has on 12th June stayed the selection process for 1034 posts that TSPSC notified and had conducted a recruitment test. There are serious irregularities in the entire selection process, which came to the fore with a petition on the same.
The commission has violated its own guidelines, which it had stated before the High Court in an earlier case. It had listed few individuals who have been declared ineligible by court as eligible candidates despite they have been established to have tampered with the bar code and OMR sheets.
This is not the first such case, in reference to shady administration of TSPSC,” BJP Spokesperson Krishna Saagar Rao said in a statement on Tuesday.
The BJP leader said adhocism, tentative scheduling of tests, repeated postponements and cancellations of notifications have become the order of the day at TSPSC.
“BJP strongly recommends revamp of the TSPSC as this body is being mismanaged thoroughly and is exhibiting all signs of a corrupt organization,” he demanded adding that over 5 lakh young men and women in Telangana State were being affected directly by the mismanagement of this recruitment body.
BJP also demanded a probe by a Special Investigative Team to look into the irregularities, nepotism and corruption in TSPSC. It is important that bodies like this function professionally, independently and free of corrupt practices, he said. (INN)