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It’s a big good news for job seekers. Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria on Tuesday said the government will recruit youths for over 95,000 posts in the state this year. Responding to BJP MLA Ghanshyam Tiwari, who raised the issue of stalled recruitment process in the government sector, during the Zero Hour, Kataria said the state government has prepared a ‘recruitment calendar’ for this year. Recruitment on close to 95,000 posts will be conducted this year, he said. Tiwari alleged the recruitment on nearly 1.5 lakh posts is stalled due to litigation.
Earlier on Monday, the budget session of the Rajasthan Assembly began today on a stormy note with the opposition Congress, buoyant after winning the bypolls in the state, cornering the BJP government over farmers’ issues and law and order situation in the state. Dissident BJP MLA Ghanshyam Tiwari also targeted the government over extending the time period for a select committee to submit its report on the ‘Criminal Laws (Rajasthan amendment) Bill-2017’, that seeks to protect public servants and judges from prosecution without prior sanction. The Bill was introduced in the House during its last session and referred to the panel following huge opposition by the opposition, rights groups and others.
The session’s first day began with Governor Kalyan Singh’s speech highlighting the government’s achievements, including commencement of work of oil refinery in Barmer, construction of toilets, effective implementation of PCPNDT Act to improve sex ratio, setting up of the country’s first skill development university in government sector among others. The governor arrived at the House accompanied by Speaker Kailash Meghwal. When Singh was about to begin his speech, Independent MLA Hanuman Beniwal raised farmers’ issues and “deteriorating” law-and-order condition.