UP Minister Dinesh Pratap Slams Samajwadi Party Over Employment Issue Ann | UP Politics: Yogi’s minister claims
UP NewsOn the completion of 8 years of the government...
UP NewsOn the completion of 8 years of the government of PM Narendra Modi at the center, BJP organized a Garib Kalyan Sammelan in Mau district. During this, UP Minister Dinesh Pratap Singh counted the achievements of his government and did not miss to take a dig at the opposition SP. He surrounded the SP on the issue of employment.
‘Lal Kitab used to be in the houses of ministers with red caps’
Addressing the public in the Garib Kalyan Sammelan, Minister Dinesh Pratap Singh said that you remember how the youth used to get jobs in the earlier governments. There used to be a red book in the houses of ministers with red caps, the name of any candidate was registered in the red register, even if he got 6 marks in the examination, in the posts of PCS, Inspector or constable. But he was recruited. Those candidates who could not get their name written in Lal Kitab, even after getting 100 marks out of 100, they did not get the job.
‘Everyone is getting justice in Modi, Yogi Raj’
The minister said that even under the rule of PM Modi and CM Yogi, justice is done to all sections of the society. Those who qualify pass in the exam. Whether they vote for BJP or not, they get jobs. The minister said that our governments do not take any decision on any particular caste, in the earlier governments, service was done by looking at caste and religion.
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Let us inform that on the completion of 8 years at the center of BJP, a 48-hour stay of two ministers is going on in the district under the ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ program to tell about the achievements of the government, under which today Minister of State Dinesh Pratap Singh visited the district hospital. inspected. He talked to the patients and their families who came to the hospital and inquired about the doctors who were absent from duty and also called questions from the Chief Medical Superintendent (CMS). The names of the missing doctors were also recorded in the CMS diary.
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