Rajasthan government to bring ordinance to strengthen law against recruitment exam malpractices: Ashok Gehlot
Ashok Gehlot said strict action should be taken against those found involved in irregularities in all future recruitment examinations.
The Compulsory Registration of Marriages (Amendment) Bill was passed in the state Assembly last month and provides for the registration of child marriages also.
Gehlot said that the state government will urge the governor to return the bill for legal consultations.
A Dalit man was allegedly beaten to death on October 7 by a group of men in Hanumangarh over his love affair, the Rajasthan police said. Three people have been detained in connection with the case.
Gehlot said that according to feedback from people, there is no anti-incumbency factor against his government.
According to the police, the videos clips were taken on the mobile phone by the constable in a resort in Pushkar town of Ajmer district on July 10.
Though there were a few minor reports of cheating incidents, over 16 lakh candidates have been able to successfully take the REET for the recruitment of 31,000 teachers in government schools.
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot chaired a high-level meeting on Thursday regarding the official preparations for holding the examination.
Special awareness campaigns focusing on women's health will be run through women self-help groups, social and non-government organisations.
The advisory suggested establishing an "internet gateway" at home which will help in effective monitoring, logging and use of content by the child.
The transfer order was issued on Saturday night, September 18, 2021, by the Department of Personnel.
Rajasthan government announces cash rewards for Paralympic medal winners; shooter Avani Lekhara to get Rs 3 crore
Ashok Gehlot congratulated three Paralympic medal winners from Rajasthan, announcing cash rewards of up to Rs 3 crore for each of them.
Ashok Gehlot said his government is working with a commitment to ensure the welfare of the state's tribal communities.
Three of the six MLAs- Lakhan Singh, Rajendra Gudha and Sandeep Yadav- met at the residence of Yadav in Jaipur on Monday.
Senior Congress leaders, including general secretary in-charge of Congress in Rajasthan Ajay Maken, are holding discussions with leaders of various camps to resolve their grievances.