Rajasthan: Those who molest girls will not get government jobs, CM Gehlot's big decision

Pankaj Prasad
CM Ashok Gehlot
CM Ashok Gehlot

Those who molest, rape and attempt to rape girls in Rajasthan will no longer get government jobs.

Those who molest, rape and attempt to rape girls in Rajasthan will no longer get government jobs. It will be written on the character certificate of those who do this that they have been involved in molestation. On Tuesday, CM Ashok Gehlot gave information about this by tweeting.

CM Gehlot tweeted that the state government has decided that the accused and miscreants who molest girls, women, attempt to rape and commit rape will be banned from government jobs. For this, record of molesters will also be kept in police stations like history-sheeters. It will be mentioned on their character certificate issued by the State Government/Police that these people have been involved in eve-teasing incidents. The CM said that it is necessary to socially boycott such anti-social elements.

Please tell that CM Ashok Galhot had talked about permanent treatment of miscreants in the inauguration program of rural and urban Olympics. He had said that miscreants harass women and girls. We will send their names to RPSC and Staff Selection Board and give them permanent treatment. This decision of CM is his action plan for this promise.

Record will be kept of miscreants

The CM has clearly said in his order that a record will be kept of the molesters. After this all these names will be sent to RPSC, Staff Selection Board. If any manchala applies for a government job, then after matching the records, his application will be rejected.

Trying to portray a tough

Crimes against women are continuously increasing in Rajasthan. In the case of rape, the state is number one in the country. In the last five-six months, many serious cases of crime against women came to light, due to which the Gehlot government was constantly on the target of the opposition. Rajendra Gudha, who was a minister in the Congress government, also surrounded his own government regarding crime against women, after which he was dismissed from the post of minister. It was said that this would damage the image of the government. By taking such a decision in the election year, the Gehlot government is trying to create a tough image against crimes against women.