Order judicial probe into naib tehsildar recruitments: Congress

Order judicial probe into naib tehsildar recruitments: Congress



Tribune Information Service

Jalandhar, November 16

All-India Kisan Congress chief and Bholath MLA Sukhpal Singh Khaira on Wednesday demanded a court-monitored Vigilance inquiry into the alleged recruitment rip-off of naib tehsildars.

Khaira stated the arrest of 5 individuals was not sufficient as they may simply be the scapegoats. “The true culprits ought to be nailed. Such a stage of connivance can’t be attainable with out the patronage of members of the Punjab Public Service Fee (PPSC),” he alleged throughout an interplay with mediapersons.

Khaira stated the candidates who allegedly paid Rs 22 lakh every have to be arrested. “Their particulars are with the PPSC. Not less than 10 of the candidates had reportedly failed in an examination held for the put up of patwari,” he stated.

The MLA demanded that every one the current recruitment exams performed by the PPSC, together with veterinary officers, buidling inspectors, assistant district attorneys and deputy district attorneys must also be probed.

“If probe is just not ordered, nobody can cease succesful youth from going overseas,” he stated, whereas mocking the CM Bhagwant Mann-led authorities, over its declare of zero corruption. He demanded that correct monitoring methods, together with video recording of candidates and jammers, ought to be put in at examination centres.

Chief of the Opposition, Partap Singh Bajwa, reiterated {that a} judicial probe ought to be introduced to catch the massive fish. He alleged that with out the complicity of somebody from the AAP authorities or a senior bureaucrat, such a well-planned rip-off appeared impractical. “The police typically work beneath the strain of ministers and MLAs of the incumbent authorities, subsequently, an unbiased judicial probe ought to be performed,” the LoP added.

Nail actual culprits

The arrest of 5 individuals within the case is just not sufficient as they may simply be scapegoats. The true culprits ought to be nailed. — Sukhpal Khaira, Cong MLA





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