'Chandrababu & P Narayana conspired against Telangana': KCR on inter results fiasco
Though the elections season ended, the blame game between TRS chief and TDP chief didn’t. Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao has finally reacted to the lapses in intermediate results which took the lives of 16 young students. In a meeting held with the respective officials at Pragathi Bhavan on Wednesday, KCR reviewed the situations and reasons behind the fiasco.
In the pressmen followed by, KCR lashed out on Chandrababu Naidu and cabinet minister P Narayana who is also the owner of Narayana Group of Institutions. He expressed his suspicious over Naidu and Narayana in Inter results scam with an intention to defame Telangana government and TRS. KCR alleged that the duo has conspired against Telangana with the help of some media from Andhra Pradesh.
'Both Chandrababu and Narayana might have conspired to defame Telangana government with the help of Andhra media in Hyderabad. They are on purpose throwing Telangana into a bad light,' he added. KCR also breathed fire on ‘Andhra-owned corporate colleges’ who are deliberately bribing some of the corrupt officials encouraging them with malpractices.
On this note, officials informed KCR that about 15,000 students apply for re-verification and recounting of answer scrips every year and it has been happening since decades. 'Though it was less than 10,000 students that applied for re-verification after results, it was magnified and is being portrayed in a way to defame Telangana government and Telangana Inter Board,' said one of the officials. Upon which KCR ordered them to sort out issues as early as possible and not to spare anyone involved in the conspiracy.