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Police Recruitment Rip-off: Karnataka Chief Minister Should Resign, Says Rahul Gandhi


Rahul Gandhi additionally requested that why PM Modi is just not taking motion againt CM Basavraj Bommai.

New Delhi:

 Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday accused the BJP of “brazen corruption” in Karnataka and demanded the sacking of Chief Minister Basavraj Bommai to make sure a good investigation within the police recruitment rip-off.

The previous Congress president additionally took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his repeated assertion of not permitting corruption below his watch – “Na khaoonga, na khane dunga” – and requested why he has not taken any motion towards Mr Bommai.

“BJP’s brazen corruption and ‘Sale of Jobs’ destroyed the desires of 1000’s of youth in Karnataka. The CM, who was then HM, should be sacked for any honest investigation,” Mr Gandhi mentioned in a tweet.

“Why hasn’t the PM taken any motion? Is that this the BJP authorities’s ‘Sab Khaenge, Sabko Khilaenge’ second,” he requested.

Mr Gandhi was referring to alleged irregularities within the recruitment of police sub-inspectors in Karnataka. A senior IPS officer has additionally been held within the rip-off and remanded in police custody for 10 days.

Chief Minister Bommai mentioned on Monday the federal government has given a free hand to the CID which has taken motion based mostly on the proof.

“I had already mentioned that nevertheless mighty they’re, we’ll take motion. Due to our authorities, a senior officer was arrested,” Mr Bommai informed reporters.

Congress normal secretary in-charge for Karnataka Randeep Surjewala hit out at Mr Bommai.

“As layers of corruption in PSI rip-off get unearthed, solely two questions must be answered are – might PSI rip-off occur with out connivance of political masters in BJP? Who was the House Minister on the time of rip-off? Reply: Sh. Basavaraj Bommai.” “The accountability for PSI rip-off lies on the doorstep of then House Minister, Sh. Basavaraj Bommai, nothing extra – nothing much less. Arrest of ADGP is inadequate.

“‘A good investigation can occur solely when Sh. Bommai resigns or is sacked! Youth await justice,” Mr Surjewala mentioned.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by IHNS employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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