Congress Leader's Son Appointed As Deputy Collector Without Qualifying Any Entrance Exam

In a shocking move, the Chhattisgarh government has appointed the son of a late Congress leader as Deputy Collector without clearing any entrance examination. To get appointed for this post, one has to qualify the state’s Civil Services Examination conducted by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC).

Ashish Karma is the son of Congress leader Mahendra Karma who was killed in 2013 by the Naxalite insurgents of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) in Darbha Valley of Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district. In the attack, total 28 people were killed including Congress leaders, CRPF soldiers and cops of state’s police force.

The controversial decision of Ashish Karma’s appointment was taken by CM Bhupesh Baghel. The filthy display of power and favoritism by the Congress government has left many fuming, especially the aspirants who have been studying hard to get selection in the prestigious job.

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Cm of cg-bhupesh bhagel aapne ekdm galat kiya… Bureucrats are the policy makers unke liye tbhi exam hota jb tk vo us process se nhi honge unko smjh nhi aayega kb kya krna hum yha saalo se tyaari kr rhe hai aur aapne ek jhtke mei dc bna diya… Aap ek bhut hi napaak cm hai… Aaapko job deni hai aur bhi job hai aur haa vo minister the toh aap unko party mei koi mukhya jagah digiye iss tarah se jo aap apni monopoly chaalaye hai vo galat hai

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