Chandigarh- Punjab Cabinet Minister Harjot Singh Bains right now trashed the allegations levelled towards him by an MLA of Congress celebration concerning not assembly the leaders of assorted unions and points pertaining to mining. The Minister additionally dared the opposition leaders to furnish proof concerning mining allegations as he was able to face any investigation.
Rubbishing the accusations made by the opposition Legislature, the Minister reminded him that the Congress Party Government began the method for the recruitment of 1158 faculty academics on the final second when the mannequin code of conduct was being enforced. He identified that the Vice Chancellor of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar had written a dicent notice mentioning to cease the recruitment course of. Mr. Bains stated that regardless of this, the Congress authorities countined with the recruitment course of by going towards the foundations, which was rejected by the High Court. In its order, the High Court said it was undeniable fact that many lives can be affected by the court docket’s resolution, however there have been many authorized hurdles on this recruitment, because of which this recruitment was being cancelled. Therefore, the Congress authorities is totally chargeable for the cancellation of those recruitments, he added.
Completely rejecting the allegations made concerning mining, Mr. Bains stated that if any individual provides proof concerning me or my household’s involvement in mining, then he is able to face every kind of investigation. He stated that even he was able to endure a narco check. He stated that after I was the Minister of Mineral Resources, our state earned the best income. He stated the individual Rakesh Chaudhary, who was concerned in unlawful mining, was additionally arrested by the AAP Government. The Minister additionally accused Bikram Singh Majithia for attempting to folks befool by holding a press convention with an advocate. Mr. Bains stated that the water degree was depleting daily in his constituency thus they needed that mining ought to be utterly stopped.