Rahul Mhambre exposed irregularities in health sector recruitment during a surprise visit to Mapusa district hospital

Health sector recruitment should be halted, says Mhambre

Goemkarponn desk

A surprise visit by Aam Aadmi Party’s Goa convener Rahul Mhambre to Mapusa district hospital exposed irregularities in the health sector recruitment.

Adding he said, “After his own party leader revealed a job scam, CM Pramod Sawant halted the recruitment process in the PWD sector. Similarly, CM Sawant should set up an enquiry committee and should halt the recruitment process in the health sector”.

Earlier AAP leader Adv. Amit Palekar exposed a major job scam in the health sector by claiming that 95 percent of jobs were given to people from CM Pramod Sawant’s Sakhali constituency and Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane’s Sattari constituency. Palekar has also alleged that no process had been followed during their recruitment and that people had been appointed before appointment letters were issued.

Mhambre’s surprise visit to Mapusa district hospital provides more evidence that the health sector under Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane is rife with scams.

While addressing the media on Sunday Mhambre said, “Around 300 candidates showed up at Mapusa district hospital to collect fitness certificates for the jobs in the health department. Interestingly, all 300 candidates were from the Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane’s constituency. This is another example of job scams in the health sector”.

“Despite unemployment being a major issue in the Mapusa constituency, Mapusa MLA Joshua D’souza never paid attention to it. He should have raised his voice against such practices as a Mapusa MLA”, he said.

“It is wrong that government jobs are being given to people from the particular constituency. This problem should be addressed by CM Sawant, Mapusa MLA and the BJP. On one hand, the BJP touts ‘Sabka saath, sabka vikas’, while on the other hand, their own ministers are giving jobs to specific people”, he added.

He further said, “It is time for a change, and that is why voters ought to give the AAP a chance. The AAP has promised 80 percent reservation for locals in the private sector, employment to every household, and unemployment allowance until the unemployed get hired”.


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