New Delhi: On Tuesday, the CBI conducted raids on bases related to corruption, arms smuggling and criminal cases related to Mayawati and Bhupinder Singh Hooda. This raid was carried out in 110 different locations of 19 states in 30 different cases. According to sources, no information has been available in the cases where the raid was conducted. According to information, more than 500 officers of the CBI were involved in this raid.
According to information from CBI sources, one of these cases is related to the Sugar Mill Disinvestment scam, during the Mayawati government in UP. The other case is related to the land scam in 2009, during the tenure of former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. CBI has raided 11 places in Lucknow and NCR in the Sugar Mill case. According to officials, the CBI had filed the case in April 2019 after the primary investigation of 6 cases.
Himachal Areas located in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Bihar. It is worth mentioning that within a week, the Central Investigation Agency has conducted such a search operation for the second time. One such search operation was conducted on Tuesday in the fraud case with the banks.
At the moment it is not clear what the CBI got from raids on these bases and what was not? It is also not known whether such a raids will continue even further, but it is of course that there must have been a great reason behind such a sharp raid and the CBI would have collected a lot. Obviously Mayawati and Hooda will be the political conspiracy behind this raid but it is certain that this raid has surely brought wrinkle on the forehead of Mayawati and Hooda.
70 percent of local youth in government and non-government jobs will be recruited in Madhya Pradesh, Kamalnath government is going to implement this new law of reservation
Indore: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that the government is going to bring such a law in the state, after which 70 per cent of the youth in the private sector will get jobs only. Speaking in the assembly, Kamal Nath said that the proposed law will ensure that the unemployed youth of the state also get adequate representation in the private sector. CM Kamal Nath’s office on the question of granting exemption to the age limit on the recruitment of government employees to the people coming from outside Madhya Pradesh said that there would be no injustice to any local youth.
CM Kamal Nath said that we will bring legislation to ensure that 70 per cent jobs in the private sector are available only to the unemployed youth of Madhya Pradesh. After this law was created, 70 per cent jobs will be reserved for both the government and the private sector for the youth of Madhya Pradesh. CM Kamal Nath also said that “we have already changed the Industrial Promotion Policy.” Now the industry will get all the facilities from the government only if it will keep 70 per cent of the youth in Madhya Pradesh on the job. We are going to bring a law about this. ‘
Significantly, before the assembly elections, the Congress government had said in its manifesto that if they come to the government, then give reservation to the local youth in the employment. After taking oath of Chief Minister, Kamal Nath had made changes in the industrial policy. On the decision of the Madhya Pradesh government, former Chief Minister of BJP and BJP’s Gaddawar leader Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that Congress had promised in its Manifesto that what will be the unemployment allowance for unemployed youth? He said that in order to avoid rising unemployment rates in the state and to cut the number of questions related to unemployment, the government is coming up with a youth Swabhimaan plan to cover its failures.