Youth organization opposes re-examination for PSI recruitment before probe completes

Activists associated with the All India Democratic Youth Organization (AIDYO) staged a protest march and burned an effigy of ‘corruption’ in Ballari on Friday, condemning widespread irregularities and misconduct during the review conducted for the recruitment of 545 police sub-inspectors (PSI). ). They also objected to the government’s decision to re-examine the same posts without the completion of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) investigation into the recruitment scam.

“The PSI recruitment exam scam that first came to light at the Gyan Jyoti English Middle School, run by BJP leader Divya Hagaragi, in Kalabuagi later showed its presence in other centers of state review. As the CID intensified its investigation, it uncovered the involvement of many political leaders and senior officers in the bureaucratic apparatus. Before the CID completed its investigation and fully uncovered the scam, the state government ordered a reconsideration. The government’s decision leads to more confusion among the candidates and mistrust about the possible involvement of more people in the higher echelons,” said Jagadish Nemakal, district secretary of the organization, at the protest.

Pampapathi A., district secretary of the organization, demanded that the government ensure that the CID completes its investigation without any interference from anyone and helps it bring all culprits to justice before making a decision. on the fate of the real candidates who had written the exam.

“According to the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy report, the unemployment rate in the country over the past six months is 7.48%. More than 45 million unemployed young Indians are desperate for employment. The situation in Karnataka is no less serious than that of the country. The handful of government jobs that are created from time to time are sold for money through illegal means. The PSI recruitment scam is the latest example of how corruption reigns supreme in government recruitment. People have lost confidence in the government. They have no confidence in the CID as it functions under the government. To ensure that the investigation is carried out impartially and that all culprits, however influential and powerful, are brought to justice, the government should order a judicial inquiry by a High Court judge,” he said. -he declares.