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AAP Holds Protest In opposition to Punjab Govt’s Transfer to Give Jobs to 2 MLAs Sons


Punjab’s predominant opposition celebration AAP on Thursday held a protest right here in opposition to the state authorities’s proposal to offer authorities jobs to the sons of two Congress MLAs on compassionate grounds. There’s a proposal to nominate sons of MLAs Rakesh Pandey and Fateh Jung Bajwa as a DSP and a tehsildar respectively as a result of each the legislators had misplaced their fathers to terrorist assaults in 1987, stated an AAP chief.

In the course of the protest, the Aam Aadmi Occasion leaders slammed the federal government for searching for to offer jobs to the Congress MLAs’ sons by flouting authorities guidelines. Whereas shouting slogans in opposition to the federal government, the AAP leaders stated the Congress had introduced to offer ‘Ghar Ghar Raozgar’ to the folks of the state.

However now the chief minister was fulfilling the promise of ‘Ghar-Ghar Rozgar’ by giving authorities jobs to the little children of celebration leaders, whereas the little children of the frequent folks of Punjab had been being humiliated within the title of job gala’s, they stated. Those that participated within the protest included MLAs Budhram, Gurmeet Singh, Kultar Singh Sandhwan, Jai Kishan Singh Rodi, Amarjit Singh Sandoa and youth wing co-president Anmol Gagan Mann.

They stated Congress MLA Fateh Jung Bajwa’s son has been really useful for appointment as deputy superintendent of police and MLA Rakesh Pandey’s son has been really useful for appointment as Tehsildar, which is extremely reprehensible. Taking a dig at Amarinder Singh, the AAP leaders questioned what number of authorities jobs had been given to the little children of strange households whose members had been killed in terrorist assaults.

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