We are all knowing that corruption in RTO recruitment Karnataka, here is complete details about the deal .The illegal deal has now been lodged with the state’s Department of Transportation. In the process of recruiting 15 RTO inspectors, the children of the RTO officers, relatives, have been selected for the post of 24 posts.
The Karnataka Administrative Tribunal (KAT) is stepping up as the secret of the investigation comes to light. On December 16, the KAT questioned the Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) on the basis of which it has prepared a list of 129 candidates for which it has announced results.
It’s surprise to know that more than 17 government employees are selected in this rto karnataka latest recruitment. These are currently working working in KSRTC and Karnataka police Department.
It is no surprise that five of those serving as an RTO Inspector in 2008 have been selected in 2008 recruitment, there were 104 inspections. However, the case is being heard by the Supreme Court. They have been re-written and selected to be a backdrop. However, the question arises as to where the benefit letter was brought.
Released list in coalition government: In February 2016, the government issued notification for the appointment of 150 posts. In 2017, the test was conducted through KPSC. A total of more than 2 thousand candidates had written the examination. A tentative list of 129 candidates was released in July 2019 when Kumaraswamy was the chief minister in the coalition government.
RTO Karnataka Recruitment: Deal How did it happen?
Applicants must submit a written and experienced employee’s bus and lorry disaster training service on patrol. There are no buses and lorries running on patrol. Over 45 applicants have been trained, ”the service minister said. In addition, many candidates have filed service certificates with One Service Center.
The KPSP has been entrusted with the Department of Transport for the confirmation of certificates. Officials on duty have confirmed the selection of their children, their relatives and the candidates who have dealt with the Deal, though not genuine. The ACB investigation found that 45 candidates’ papers were forged and recommended that their certificates not be considered for selection.