Tribune News Service
Panipat, November 24
Former Chief Minister and leader of the Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda today slammed the BJP-JJP coalition government for alleged job scams and said “the merit and transparency of recruitment were being auctioned in briefcase of notes and the coalition policy had become sell jobs, buy votes, earn notes”.
Hooda paid tributes to the toiling farmers and labourers on the birth anniversary of Deenbandhu Sir Chhotu Ram and also paid tributes to Guru Teg Bahadur on his martyrdom day.
Hooda was addressing a press conference at the residence of former youth congress president Sachin Kundu today here.
“There are so many scams that when the government tries to suppress one scam, another gets exposed. When they try to cover the second, the third one comes in front,” he said. Instead of selling jobs covertly, the government should have to formally release the rate list of jobs because jobs are being sold like goods at a grocery store in this government,” he said.
“If the people sitting in the government have nothing to do with this corruption in jobs and if the government has nothing to hide, why is a high-level judicial inquiry not being conducted into whole matter?” he questioned.
Hooda said the state government was constantly playing with the future of the youth, who were facing maximum unemployment in the country and the 75% reservation in private jobs was tossed to mislead them. Hooda also referred to the programme “Vipaksh Aapke Samaksh” and claimed that the events of Karnal and Jind were a complete success.
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