Vijai Sardesai demands PM Modi to expel ministers involved in job scams

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Goa on December 19 to participate in the closing ceremony of State's 60th Liberation Day
Vijai Sardesai demands PM Modi to expel ministers involved in job scams

Fatorda MLA and Goa Forward Party (GFP) president Vijay Sardesai

Gomantak Times

Goa Forward Party president and Fatorda MLA Vijay Sardesai on Wednesday, December 15, demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sack the Chief Minister and all other corrupt ministers involved in the 'job scam' in Goa.

Through a video on social media, Vijai Sardesai has demanded the Prime Minister to take action against Goa's corrupt cabinet during his visit on Liberation Day of Goa, December 19.

"The BJP under the scheme 'Mukhyamantri Rozgar Yojana' had announced 10,000 jobs just to make money. Why should eligible candidates suffer because of the greedy attitude of corrupt ministers? " this question was asked by Sardesai.

He further added, “Young people have to pay for jobs. We must free our youth from this situation. The prime minister should keep his word and take action against the party members who took money from these young men for jobs and help Goa to come out of such corruption".

He also stated that ruling MLA's have exposed the BJP Government over the job scams and supported the allegations and voices of the opposition.

Further speaking, Sardesai also pointed out to expel government employees, bureaucrats and agents who are involved in this scams. . "These officials should understand that the BJP will soon be defeated and then these employees will have to face lawsuits," he said.

Ahead of the forthcoming elections, various political parties such as the Congress, Aam Aadmi Party, and Goa Forward are exposing job scams in Goa that the BJP government promised to fulfil.

<div class="paragraphs"><p>Fatorda MLA and Goa Forward Party (GFP) president Vijay Sardesai</p></div>
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