Key issues came to light when Chittoor district police arrested Telugu Desam Party senior leader and former minister P Narayana. It seems that the police had prepared the field before the arrest of former minister Narayana. It is known that the issue of leakage of question papers in the tenth class examinations has caused a large scale scandal in Andhra Pradesh. However, Swayambhunath Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy said that Narayana educational institutions were responsible for the leakage of question papers. He was incensed that there was a conspiracy behind the leakage of question papers. With this, the police have intensified their investigation into the leakage of question papers. Tent test papers were initially confirmed to have been leaked from the Narayana SV branch in Tirupati during this sequence. Narayana Branch Vice Principal Giridhar and two others were arrested by the police. However, it seems that Giridhar also mentioned Narayana’s name during the police investigation. It is learned that the Chittoor district police have collected all the evidence to arrest Narayana in this regard. It seems that Narayana went into anonymity in this order. It is learned that Narayana’s phone has also been switched off for the last 4 days. With this, there is a debate as to whether former minister Narayana already suspected that the police would arrest him. In this background, Narayana was taken into custody at his residence in Kondapur, Hyderabad. The police are moving him to Chittoor in his car.
Cases everywhere against Narayana educational institutions!Several cases have been registered against Narayana educational institutions across the state under the Prevention of Malpractice Act. Police have already arrested 15 teachers in a case registered at Mandavalli police station in Krishna district. However, the court immediately granted bail to all of them. It was rumored that the question papers were coming from Mandavalli to Pasumarru and from there to Narayana School in Uyyuru. Several cases have also been reported in Chittoor, Nellore, Anantapur and Krishna districts. It is learned that the government has handed over all these to the CID.
Cases registered under various sections.Cases have been registered against Narayana educational institutions in Chittoor One Town Police Station and Krishna District Mandavalli in connection with the leakage of Class X question papers. The case was registered at Chittoor One Town Police Station under FIR No. 111/2022. The case was filed under FIR No. 141/2022 on May 2 in Mandavalli, Krishna district.