The electricity divisional engineer Ramesh, who was detained in connection with the TSPSC test paper leak case, is accused of giving question papers to numerous applicants while also extorting a sizable sum of money from them. The question paper was sold by Ramesh, who owned a coaching facility in Warangal, to about 20 people, who then sold it to a few more people, according to the police's remand report.

The SIT officers are currently thoroughly investigating Ramesh's role and acquiring information about every candidate who has received instruction at his facility. On Wednesday, the telangana State Public service Commission (TSPSC) prohibited 13 further applicants from taking its recruitment examinations till further orders. This comes on top of the tuesday debarment of 37 candidates.

Due to prima facie evidence of the candidates' involvement in the TSPSC exam question paper leak case, their arrest, and subsequent remand to judicial custody, they were disqualified. Candidates have been given two days by the Commission to provide any explanations they may have. In the absence of further instructions, candidates would not be permitted to take the TSPSC's upcoming tests. watch out this space for more updates in this regard.

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