Youth’s protest continues for giving 50% reservation to women, letter written in blood to CM

Jaipur : Dinesh Karna and Krishnavtar Jangid youths living in Allahpur of Khandar block wrote a letter to the CM. The youths said that on June 14, the Rajasthan government has given approval to Panchayati Raj to increase the reservation of women from 30% to 50% in third grade teacher recruitment. The rights of unemployed youth have been snatched away.

The youth submitted a memorandum to the District Collector

Barely 15% seats are left for the unemployed youth. The youth said that due to this there is anger. The youth submitted a memorandum to the Sawai Madhopur District Collector. They staged a sit-in protest. The BSTC degree holders have lost their jobs completely.

Government warned of agitation

The youth were told that their career will be over. BSTC degree holders can apply only for third class teacher recruitment. Protesting against reservation for women empowerment, Dinesh Karna, Krishnavtar Jangid and many other youth warned the government. If the Rajasthan government does not withdraw the decision by June 30, the youth have warned of agitation.

Bhajanlal Sharma approved this proposal

On June 14, CM Bhajanlal Sharma decided to give 50% reservation to women in third class teacher recruitment. To implement this decision, the state government will have to amend the Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Act. CM Bhajanlal Sharma has also approved this proposal.

There are 29,272 vacancies for third grade teachers in Rajasthan
There are 29,272 vacancies for third grade teachers in the education department of Rajasthan. Its list has been released on the official website. Soon the Subordinate Staff Selection Board will issue a notification for the recruitment of third grade teachers in Rajasthan 2024. Under this, the vacant posts of primary and upper primary teachers will be filled.