Youths protest demanding CBI probe into Rajasthan paper leak cases

Nagpur MP Hanuman Beniwal leads youth protest demanding CBI inquiry into the paper leaks of various recruitment exams in Rajasthan.

MP Hanuman Beniwal. (Picture: Official Twitter)MP Hanuman Beniwal. (Picture: Official Twitter)

Press Trust of India | January 17, 2023 | 09:04 PM IST

JAIPUR: Scores of youths led by Nagaur MP Hanuman Beniwal on Tuesday protested here demanding CBI inquiry into the paper leaks of various recruitment exams in Rajasthan.

The protesters who gathered at Shaheed Smarak here shouted slogans demanding CBI probe into the paper leaks. "This is a trailer. Today, thousands of youths have come here and will gherao the CM's residence. The chief minister is giving clean chit as he is scared. The BJP is working hand in gloves. The BJP is not demanding inquiry," Beniwal told reporters.

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Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday refuted Opposition allegations that leaders of his party or government officials were involved in the second grade teacher recruitment paper leak. He said the the action which was taken by his government was against the kingpins in the paper leak cases. He said CBI inquiry should be ordered into the paper leaks "as the chief minister's office is under suspicion".

Beniwal alleged that the CM is "helpless" as several MLAs who are supporting the government "demand government job for their people". "How will you give jobs? Through paper leaks only. Rest, those who study get a job. The entire system of the CMO is under suspicion and steeped in corruption. All ministers are doing loot. Give money and get posted," he alleged.

He said the state government should first get the second-grade teacher recruitment paper leak case investigated by the CBI after which other paper leaks can also be probed.

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