Patna: On Wednesday, a big event was organized to distribute appointment letters to more than 10,000 people at Gandhi Maidan in Bihar's capital Patna. In which CM Nitish Kumar and Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav distributed appointment letters to 8,246 constables and 2,213 sub-inspectors. Regarding this, the BJP has alleged that it has been started. In which it has been told that by giving appointment letters to those who have already been appointed, the government wants to throw dust in the eyes of the public. The BJP even called it an appointment scam.
On the other hand, a female constable who came to collect the appointment letter told that in 2019 the recruitment had come out. The examination process was completed in 2019-20 and appointments were made in 2022. Presently she is posted in Darbhanga. That is, for the policemen who were given appointment letters today, their joining month has already been completed two months ago. Not only this, but everyone is also taking the training.
Let us tell you that there has been a practice of giving appointment letters at the regional and district levels in Bihar. The IG DIG of the area provides the appointment letter to the constable whereas this appointment letter is given to the constables by the SP of the district. The persons who have received the appointment letters today have already been given appointment letters under the same process. But the state government once again called the newly appointed policemen to Gandhi Maidan in Patna and gave them appointment letters. Calling it a drama, the BJP called the misuse of the money of the people of Bihar. BJP State President Sanjay Jaiswal said that liquor and recruitment scam are going on simultaneously in Bihar. On the other hand, Shakti Yadav of RJD said that BJP is anti-job, They are spreading misinformation. If the present restoration is of the time of the NDA government, then why was the appointment letter not distributed at that time? RJD raised questions about the delay in the recruitment of many departments by the central government.