Due to the implementation of strict anti-copying laws, the plans of the opposition failed

Due to the implementation of strict anti-copying laws, the plans of the opposition failed
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Dhami’s boom, the opposition’s ambitions

Opposition was in the mood to fire guns on CM Dhami by keeping the youth on the shoulder

Dehradun. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has implemented a strict anti-copying law to prevent cheating in recruitment examinations in the state. This can be called his master stroke. After the lathi-charge on the unemployed youth, the youth in the state was on the boil and the opposition was trying everything possible to grab the issue, but this retort of CM Dhami cooled the hopes of the opposition. This quick step of Chief Minister Dhami is appreciated.

Political parties are upset that for 10 years counterfeiting syndicate is active in the state and is flourishing in their government. These people could not make any solid law and Dhami is continuously batting if strict anti-counterfeiting law is implemented in this state. Gaya to Pushkar Singh Dhami will be immortal forever, which will increase the stature of Dhami not only in the opposition parties but also in his organization forever, like women’s reservation in government jobs; Uttarakhand is being brought on the lines of Himachal, as the name of Parmar, the first Chief Minister of Himachal, is always taken in taking Himachal forward, in the same way, the name of Pushkar Singh Dhami will be recorded forever and Pushkar Singh for the best system and law. Dhami will continue to be remembered. After seriously considering all the demands of the unemployed union, the state government has decided that the SIT investigation of the Patwari recruitment paper leak will be conducted under the supervision of a High Court judge.

On the other hand, Governor Lt.J. Gurmeet Singh (Senior) has approved the Ordinance of the Anti-Copying Act. With this, this law became applicable in the entire state. The Patwari-Lekhpal exam and all other recruitment exams going to be held on February 12 will be conducted under the new law only. In a statement released late evening, the government said that an agreement has been reached on the demands of the unemployed union. The government said that the demand for a CBI inquiry has been rejected by the Uttarakhand High Court. The High Court has said that the investigation is going on in the right direction, so a CBI inquiry cannot be conducted into the matter. It was said that the demand of the agitating youth was that the question paper of Patwari recruitment should be changed. The commission has already prepared new question papers by canceling the old question papers. Anti-copying law has also come into force and the Controller of Examinations has also been removed. That’s why there is no justification for the movement now.

Anita Amoli

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