Jaipur, September 12
Former Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot has written a letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot over the problem of 5 per cent reservation to Gurjars and different communities, claiming that it’s not being utilized to a number of recruitments within the state.
Pilot mentioned it has been delivered to his discover that the individuals within the MBC (More Backward Classes) class are usually not being given the advantages of the 5-per cent reservation rule in authorities recruitments.
There are 5 castes or communities, together with Gurjars, within the class.
Pilot, who was sacked from the posts of deputy chief minister and Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president in July after he rebelled in opposition to Gehlot’s management, is from the Gurjar group.
In the letter written to Gehlot on September 2 and issued to the media on Saturday, Pilot has mentioned it was talked about within the Congress’ manifesto for the 2018 state Assembly polls and the social gathering’s authorities had additionally promised in 2011 that 4 per cent shadow posts will probably be reserved for the SBC (Special Backward Classes) class.
He claimed that the 5-per cent reservation rule was not utilized to constable recruitment-2018, REET recruitment-2018, Panchayti raj LDC recruitment-2013, technical helper recruitment-2018, nursing recruitment 2013 and 2018, jail guards recruitment-2018, Asha supervisor recruitment-2016, business assistant recruitment-2018, second-grade lecturers recruitment-2018 and others.
Pilot additionally talked about within the letter that the event works beneath the Devnarayan scheme, a welfare scheme meant for the Gurjars, are nearly stalled which, he mentioned, is painful.
“People meet me personally to demand a proper implementation of the schemes,” he mentioned. — PTI