Reports of both the committees did not come out in the paper leak case
Reports of both the committees did not come out in the paper leak case: BJP will again surround the government in the assembly, will protest across the state
As soon as the assembly resumes on January 30 after the vacation, the BJP will once again create a ruckus over the paper leak issue. This time the BJP will seek an answer from the government on the issue of not making public the reports of the two committees constituted by the government in the paper leak case.
In fact, the reports of the two committees constituted by the government to prevent paper leaks and copying have not been made public till now. The BJP does not want to let this issue related to the youth cool down. The BJP is trying to create an atmosphere on this issue even outside the house. The BJP will also capitalize on the ongoing opposition within Congress on this issue.
Recently, former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot has also besieged the government in his rallies regarding the paper leak issue. He has questioned the government agencies for not conducting the examinations properly. The ruling party will try to take political advantage by giving air to the contradiction on this issue in the assembly.
Rajendra Rathore, Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly, told Bhaskar that the report of any of the two committees constituted by the government in the paper leak case has not been made public yet. Out of these, one Vyas Committee has submitted its report but the Kumawat Committee has not given its report yet. Till now, when the whereabouts of the reports of the committees are not known, then the government should tell what were their recommendations and what steps the government has taken on them so far. What action has been taken so far to make the competitive examinations safe?
Rathore said – We are not going to leave the government on this issue. Dharna demonstrations will be held in the entire state. The government should answer all the questions. The teacher recruitment exam is to be held after a month. Lakhs of youth are harbouring dreams of a bright future. This government will have to assure them that the paper should not leak. BJP will be against the government and with the youth both in the house and on the road.
BJP's Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Kirori Lal Meena has been an attacker on the state government since the beginning of the paper leak case. They are sitting on dharna. Minister of State for Home Rajendra Yadav has had talks with him, but his dharna is continuing. Now the party will take this dharna from the capital to far-flung towns and district headquarters.
Assembly elections are due later this year. The paper leak is such a matter in which the Congress government is in face-saving mode. The government has not been able to get the recruitment of government jobs done safely. Papers from 10 major examinations have been leaked in the last four years. In such a situation, the government is on the back foot. In such a situation, the BJP's strategy is to continuously air this issue so that the youth can be made in its favour in the elections.
The BJP wanted to surround the Congress government in the House due to the political confusion created by the resignations of 91 Congress MLAs in the budget session, but due to the matter being pending in the court and raising the matter of privilege of the MLAs by Independent MLA Sanyam Lodha, the BJP Has shifted its entire strategy on the paper leak case.