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- Ruckus At Deputy CM Of Uttar Pradesh Keshav Maurya’s Residence In Lucknow, Alleging Reservation Scam In 69000 Teacher Recruitment, Candidates Demonstrated, Police Dagged Them Away
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Police removed the candidates who were protesting outside the residence of Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya.
Big news is coming from the capital Lucknow. In the early morning at the official residence of Deputy CM, many candidates of 69000 teacher recruitment lie down on the road. Alleging reservation scam in recruitment, the candidates demanded the state government to cancel the entire recruitment process. Seeing the commotion, the police personnel present on the spot immediately dragged the protesting candidates and removed them from there. Many were reprimanded with sticks.
Allegation of candidates scam in reservation of 5844 seats
OBC-SC candidates protesting on the streets of the capital Lucknow and in the Eco Garden allege that the reservation of 5844 seats in 69000 teacher recruitment has been rigged. Whose complaint was made from the Basic Education Minister of Uttar Pradesh Government to the Central OBC Commission. Assured by all.
Till now our case has not been heard. The department does the work of giving assurance every day. On the condition of anonymity, a candidate said that the government rigged us and gave our reservation seats to other candidates. We also went to the High Court in this matter. Despite the order of the High Court, the department is not judging our seats.
Big mistake of police and LIU
A large number of candidates reached the Deputy CM’s residence to stage a dharna and the policemen stationed everywhere did not even notice. Even the LIU team was not aware of this. This is considered a big mistake. Let us inform that a large number of candidates are staging a sit-in at different places in the capital of Uttar Pradesh for several days alleging scam in recruitment.
What is the whole matter?
The complainant has alleged violation of rights of reserved category candidates in the selection of 69,000 teachers in Uttar Pradesh. The complainant has stated that the Government of Uttar Pradesh had published an advertisement for the notification of the appointment of 69,000 assistant teachers in 2018. In which according to the ‘Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Teacher Service Rule, 1981’ for the appointment of teachers in the state, the reservation was to be applied on the selection process as per the laws and provisions in force in the state.
Thereafter the recruitment exam was ensured to be held on 6th January 2019, final selection released on 1st May 2020. According to the complainants the final selection list which is published on 1st May 2020 has the seats allotted for the reserved category candidates. , given to the candidates belonging to the unreserved category. The rules of reservation were violated, following which the complainant approached the commission. After this, the Backward Classes Commission conducted an inquiry, in which the Commission found irregularities, the Backward Classes Commission had asked the UP government to respond in 15 days on 29 May 2021, but the government has not yet responded.