Modi government wants to infiltrate Sangh into Government machinery: NCP leader Nawab Malik

NCP said that this decision is against the rights of Dalits, Adivasis, OBCs and other marginalised communities

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After Modi government’s decision to recruit people for senior posts in the bureaucracy, the opposition’s rant against this move has been notable including Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik. He said that the ruling party wants to infiltrate Sangh in the government machinery.

Malik further added that this change comes as Sanghis were not able to loot the country due to UPSC. Talking to the media, Malik asserted that government’s decision to employ private sector professionals to administrative services, without taking exams and only on the basis of interviews, is against the constitution. According to Article 312 of the Indian Constitution, without the consent of the parliament, these changes cannot be brought. 

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Speaking about the reservation, Malik said that this decision will hamper with the number of candidates chosen on the basis of reservation. He also informed that anyone who is recruited through this method, the current corruption laws will not be implemented against the individual.

The NCP spokesperson stated that these changes are against the rights of Dalits, Adivasis, OBCs and other marginalised communities. Targeting the government, he said that they are not accountable for their actions.

Malik further appealed to the people to come and fight this together. He expressed hope that this issue will be definitely challenged in court.

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