Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Rajasthan Police 2018 Recruitment, 20000 Constable Posts Instead of 5390

Rajasthan Police 2018 Recruitment, 20000 Constable Posts Instead of 5390

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has released a news of Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2018 Notification in which they said now examination will be held for 20000 Constable Posts, Instead of 5390. Rajasthan Police 2018 Exam Date will be released soon for this exam. The Online application form submission will be soon started again. A huge number of candidates wants to apply for the Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment 2018 for a long time; they are now able to fill Rajasthan Police Constable Application form from the online website of Rajasthan Police. The Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2018 online registration process is expected to be released in the first week of April 2018.
Latest Updates: Rajasthan Police will start the online application form submission again for Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment 2018. Govt has decided to recruit 20000 candidates instead of 5390. The examination will be held via Offline Mode.

Rajasthan Police 2018 Recruitment

Friday, 23 March 2018

Famous Social Activist Anna Hazare Begins indefinite Fast for Lokpal

Anna Hazare is back in New Delhi's Ram Lila Maidan today and is set to go on an indefinite hunger strike against the Narendra Modi government, nearly seven years after his anti-corruption movement caught the imagination of millions of Indians and shook the then ruling Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. This time, Hazare's agitation is over not just the Jan Lokpal but also on farmers' issues. Recently, Hazare slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Centre for failing to appoint a Lokpal and fulfilling its promises to farmers.Ahead of today's agitation, Hazare also slammed the central government for its "sly attitude", claiming it had "cancelled trains carrying protesters to Delhi"."This will be a satyagrah for Jan Lokpal, farmers' issues, and poll reforms. At least 1.2 million (12 lakh) farmers have committed suicide in the past 22 years. I want to know the number of industrialists who committed suicide during this period," Hazare said. The venue of his protest will be the same iconic Ram Lila Maidan, where he sat on a hunger strike in 2011 demanding that the then Congress-led government set up a Lokpal to investigate cases of corruption.Hazare has been pressing for setting up of the Lokpal at the Centre and Lokayuktas in states, besides the implementation of the Swaminathan Commission report, which suggested ways to address the agrarian distress plaguing the country.Initially, Hazare is set to go to Rajghat on Friday with others. Later, they will reportedly march to Shaheedi Park and from there to Ram Lila Maidan. The day, March 23, has been chosen on purpose as this is the anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev's hanging to death by the British, said an aide of Hazare's.The Delhi Traffic Police has issued an advisory, warning commuters to avoid taking routes towards Aruna Asaf Ali Road, Delhi Gate, Darya Ganj, New Delhi Railway Station, Ajmeri Gate, Paharganj, ITO, Rajghat, Minto Road, Vivekanand Marg, and JLN Marg. Hazare slams government's 'sly attitude': Hazare spoke to news agencies ahead of his agitation and accused the government of cancelling trains carrying protesters to Delhi. He said that the government wanted to push the protesters to violence.Hazare added that the police force has been deployed for him as well even when he has written in many letters that he didn't need police protection. "Your protection won't save me. This sly attitude of the government is not done," said Hazare.