Gehlot vs Pilot: War of words continues over paper leak case


JAIPUR: The confrontation between Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot has intensified over the examination paper leak case, with each leaders persevering with to commerce barbs at one another on this rely for the third day.

The Rajasthan second grade instructor recruitment examination paper was leaked in December 2022 after which the check was cancelled. Greater than 50 individuals, together with candidates, have been arrested to this point for his or her alleged involvement within the paper leak. Up to now three years, as many as eight instances of paper leak have been reported from throughout Rajasthan.

On Tuesday, Pilot had stated, “Typically query papers are leaked, typically exams are cancelled, which could be very distressing. The aspirants undergo a lot bother. I hope the federal government acts towards the ‘huge fish’ as a substitute of going after the small- time touts.

Later throughout one other programme, Gehlot gave a clear chit to the officers, saying, “Those who have been caught are masterminds, and not small-time brokers.”

On Wednesday, Pilot stated, “We feel sad when papers get leaked again and again. Action must be taken by fixing responsibility for this. Now it is being said that no official is responsible. The papers were locked. So how did papers supposedly kept in the vault reach the students? This is sorcery,” he stated.

“It is not possible that no official is responsible. Somebody or the other has to be responsible,” Pilot stated whereas talking at a Kisan Sammelan at Gudha in Jhunjhunu district.

Pilot additionally questioned political appointments given to officers publish retirement.

“Political appointments were given to many people, but those who shed blood and sweat to form the government are still waiting,” Pilot stated.

“Senior officials retire at 5 in the evening and they are appointed at 12 midnight. It would have been better if Congress workers got the posts instead of retired officials. We have to fix this,” he added.

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