The Gehlot government took off the clothes of the women candidates who came to take the examination.

Jaipur: In Rajasthan, the issue of girls taking down sweaters and dupattas in the name of preventing cheating in examinations is now taking a political turn. In Rajasthan, women candidates appearing for the VDO exam in Jhunjhunu district were asked to take off their sweaters at the centre gates. Citing the rules, the administration at the centres took off the entire sleeve clothes from the candidates. The candidates had to appear for the exam, shivering in the freezing cold.


Now, the BJP has taken a dig at the state government in this matter. Bjp leader Laxmikant Bhardwaj tweeted that the Ashok Gehlot government in Rajasthan has been termed useless. In a tweet, he wrote, "The Rajasthan government of the Useless Congress, which failed to stop the copy itself, is taking off sweaters, chunni, dupattas of girls going to appear for the exam in such a cold cold. In fact, the direct recruitment preliminary examination of the Village Development Officer was conducted at six centres in the district at Dae Pariyan. More candidates appeared for the examination in the second innings as compared to the first innings. Many women candidates took off their sweaters in a hurry to appear for the exam, but it was uncomfortable for many girls.

In this regard, the women candidates said that if the government is making stringent rules to prevent cheating, it should also make arrangements at the centres so that women candidates do not have to be uncomfortable and do not have to take off their chunni, sweaters, double in the open. Otherwise, women should stop hating them in this way.

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