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K’TAKA: Cong’ MLA assets women need to ‘get on couch’ to get govt jobs in BJP govt

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In an indictment on the BJP-led administration, Congress MLA Priyank Kharge said that men pay officials while women have affairs with them to obtain government employment.

Speaking on behalf of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee, MLA Priyank Kharge made severe accusations against the BJP-led state government on Friday, claiming that “young ladies have to sleep with someone while men have to bribe to secure a government job in the State.”

Kharge requested that the government establish a fast-track court and called for judicial investigation or a special investigation team (SIT) investigation into recruiting frauds.

To draw attention to the BJP’s widespread recruiting corruption, Kharge stated, “The administration has chosen to sell jobs. Young ladies should have a bed partner if they wish to work in government. Men are required to pay bribes to get government employment. The young lady had agreed to sleep with a minister in exchange for employment. His resignation came right after the scandal saw the daylight.”

He said that the Assistant Engineer, Junior Engineer, and Civil Engineer positions were among the 1,492 for which Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. (KPTCL) had conducted recruitment.

“In Gokak, an applicant who was taking the test while using Bluetooth was detained. My knowledge is that the agreement may have been made for a total of 600 postings. They may have got Rs. 30 lakh for the position of Junior Engineer and Rs. 50 lakh for the Assistant Engineer position. Theft totaling Rs 300 crores may have occurred here alone “During a news conference, he remarked.

“If there are flaws in every recruiting exam, where should the smart and underprivileged kids go? Even if fraud is discovered, the perpetrators and intermediaries are aware that nothing would happen to them.

The future of the approximately 3 lakh students who have applied for KPTCL positions is being played with by the government “MLA for Congress stated. He claimed that the candidates are furious with those who have turned the approach into a business to earn a 40% fee.

Attacking the central government’s ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign, Kharge said that BJP is using patriotism for business.

He questioned if the state government, which exempted Kashmir Files from paying taxes, had any justification for providing the flag at no cost. “I received calls from officials asking me to buy 20,000 national flags. I am opposed. We are delivering 10,000 free khadi flags from the district congress in place of polyester flags “he added.

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