The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleges that the wires of those who make disturbances in the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test are connected to the Congress party. On Thursday, the BJP has demanded a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation into the irregularities in the recently conducted teacher eligibility test. State BJP President Satish Poonia has claimed that the links of the mastermind who leaked the paper in this examination are also connected with the Congress.
Poonia has alleged that Bati Lal Meena, accused of paper leak of eligibility test in this case, is a Congress worker. The BJP also alleges that some pictures of Bati Lal Meena and Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara are also present on social media. However, the Congress state president has completely denied these allegations. He says that he has no link with Meena.
In this case, the police say that Meena is still hiding and efforts are being made to nab her. Satish Poonia said in a press conference, ‘Meena is a registered worker of Congress party. He has a picture with several party leaders including Dotasara. All these pictures are present on social media.
In this case, BJP has demanded from Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to order a CBI inquiry. Poonia has also demanded that the education minister of the state be removed from his post. There has also been a reaction from Dotsara on these allegations of BJP. Terming all the allegations of the BJP as false, Dotasara said, ‘Who is Bati Lal Meena, I do not know. He has not got any post in Congress. As far as I know, that young man has a habit of getting photographed with politicians.
Poonia asked that if the papers of this examination were not leaked then why did the government suspend the government employees? He said that this action of the government proves that the papers were leaked earlier in the morning and there was a mess in the examination. He said that the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha would protest in the entire state regarding the irregularities in the examination.
In this case, the state government on Tuesday suspended an administrative officer, two police officers, 13 people associated with the education department and three other policemen. The Teacher Eligibility Test was conducted on 26 September. After which the matter of paper leak came to the fore.