Government jobs from group D to HCS on sale in Haryana: Hooda

Chandigarh : After media address by former Union Minister as well as HPCC president Shelja also member of Congress working committee accused ruling government in Haryana state unable to control fast increasing crimes, especially against  women in the state, now Bhupinder Singh Hooda former chief minister Haryana while talking to media imposed allegations on ruling government in the state unable to control corruption in case of offering government jobs to youths which is un-justice to nearly 25 lakh unemployed youths in the state he added. Hooda said, all government jobs in Haryana state from group D to HCS rank are being sold, which cannot be denied since senior officer of Hayana Lok Sewa Aayog was caught red handed by State Vigilance Board while accepting bribe worth crores of rupees few months ago allegedly offered jobs to large number of group D employees, Naib Tehsildar, Dental Surgeons and for HCS ranks collecting bribe. Hooda demanded thorough investigation by a sitting High Court judge in the case.

Hooda said, in case of police recruitments it has been observed that jobs from the rank of constable to Sub Inspector are offered against bribe ranging from Rs 5 to Rs 50 lakh in the state, whereas since past eight years of ruling government large number of incidents of paper leaks and ‘cash for job’ have been exposed in the state and the party leaders claim ruling government as   corruption- free and a transparent. Meanwhile, Shelja too has demanded CBI investigation in jobs scandal s and written a letter to Haryana Chief Minister in this regard to provide justice to unemployed youths in the state being cheated due to corrupt practices by government officers.

While addressing media persons, former Chief Minister reminded the recent statement of a youth Amit Golan son of Randhir Singh Golan an independent MLA in the state Vidhan Sabha while addressing a press conference on 31st August stated how he was cheated by a BJP leader Vinod Kharb a resident of village Nara in Panipat district holding the position of BJP Kisan Morcha took from him Rs 49 lakh assuring a job to his cousin brother in police department but neither the job was offered nor amount refunded, rather threatened to kill him and a police complaint was registered at Panchkula