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Recruitment machinery in UP highly corrupt: Priyanka

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has once again slammed the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh saying that the recruitment machinery is corrupt and the youth are determined to change the recruitment system and speak against it.

Updated Jun 16, 2020 00:18 AM

Recruitment machinery in UP highly corrupt: Priyanka

Priyanka Gandhi, who is also the in charge for eastern Uttar Pradesh in a tweet in Hindi said on Monday: "The recruitment machinery in Uttar Pradesh is highly corrupt. The recruitment in the state are delayed or stalled in courts due to the corruption, wrong policies, flawed social justice system and recruitment mafias. Now the youths have decided not to sit silently. They have decided to change the recruitment system."

She also tweeted the youths of Uttar Pradesh will speak up.

This is not the first time the Congress leader has been critical of tue Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh.

On Sunday she slammed the BJP government in the state saying the government which talks about intolerance against corruption is tolerating the 'corrupt activities' of the racketeers.

Taking to Twitter, Priyanka said: "If many big frauds are happening in the education department then was it not in the eyes of the department and the minister? Did the Chief Minister's office not even know about it? Surprisingly, those who talk about zero tolerance are tolerating the corruption of big racketeers."

She also attached a news report which said that after real Anamika Shukla, another such case also surfaced, Priti Yadav, on whose names two other women were doing jobs at different schools in Uttar Pradesh.

Priyanka said that it has been critical of the state government on the issue of irregularities in the teachers' recruitment and fake teachers doing jobs by impersonating as another people.

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