Patiala, June 19
Former legislator Navjot Kaur Sidhu and Fatehgarh Sahib MLA Kuljit Nagra criticised the Punjab government’s conclusion of providing govt positions to sons of two ruling get together legislators.
Just after five ministers opposed the transfer by Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh to appoint sons of MLAs in governing administration jobs, Fatehgarh Sahib MLA Kuljit Nagra opposed the appointments. He sought rollback of the choices by the Cupboard.
Sidhu’s statement came a working day immediately after the Punjab government made the decision to appoint sons of two Congress MLAs as a law enforcement inspector and a naib tehsildar as a “special case”.
The final decision to appoint sons of two Congress MLAs Fateh Jung Singh Bajwa and Rakesh Pandey on the “compassionate” ground was taken in a Cupboard meeting.
Arjun Pratap Singh Bajwa was appointed as an inspector in the Punjab Law enforcement and Bhisham Pandey as a naib tehsildar in the state’s Profits Department.
Speaking to reporters at Chaura village in Sanour constituency in Patiala, Navjot Kaur Sidhu claimed no article must be presented to any individual devoid of benefit, especially those who were by now financially perfectly off.
Rather work could have been offered to a sportsperson or ward of a independence fighter, claimed the wife of Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu.
“I do not consider that with no passing any check you can sign up for as a tehsildar or be part of the law enforcement,” she explained.
To a query on Navjot Singh Sidhu, she reported the occasion has asked him to hold out.
“After their (bash superior command) final decision comes, then he will acquire a determination that is in the desire of Punjab,” Navjot Kaur Sidhu said.
He experienced even refused to join Kapil Sharma’s exhibit and turned down a Rs 10 crore agreement for a cricket event, she explained.
To a concern on contesting from Patiala in the upcoming condition assembly polls, she explained she would battle from where ever the bash decides.
MLA Gidderbaha Amarinder Singh Raja Warring too has appealed to Fateh Jung Bajwa and Rakesh Pandey not to accept the government employment presented to their sons.
Work opportunities to sons of Congress MLAs a recognition of their families’ sacrifices, declares Punjab CM
In the meantime, defending his government’s choice to give work opportunities to sons of two MLAs, Punjab Main Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Saturday termed it a recognition of the sacrifices manufactured by their grandfathers, who laid down their lives for the country.
Interacting informally with mediapersons outside the house the residence of Late Milkha Singh, where he experienced absent to pay out his final respects to the legendary athlete, the chief minister stated all those who make a sacrifice for the nation can, and should really, in no way be overlooked. Their households deserve to be compensated for the loss, he included.
Taking a dig at the Shiromani Akali Dal (Sad) and the Aam Aadmi Get together (AAP), which have criticised the government’s go, the main minister claimed if these functions deliver names of any youth whose father/grandfathers have manufactured related sacrifices for the country, they will also be presented employment in the point out government. In truth, remarked Capt Amarinder, he had attempted to find this sort of people in these events but could obtain none.
The main minister was responding to a question on the decision to give govt employment to Arjun Partap Singh Bajwa, son of Qadian MLA Fateh Jung Singh Bajwa, as inspector (Team B) in Punjab Police, and Bhisham Pandey, son of Ludhiana MLA Rakesh Pandey, as Naib Tehsildar. The names of Arjun Bajwa and Bhishan Pandey were cleared by the point out Cabinet yesterday.