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CRPF’s assistant commandant sent resignation in the name of President, serious allegations were also made against Gehlot’s minister

Amidst the controversies arising over the recruitment in Rajasthan, a young officer of the Paramilitary Force has resigned from his job after getting hurt. Vikas Jakhar, a resident of Jhunjhunu district and Assistant Commandant in CRPF, has sent his resignation. Assistant Commandant Vikas Jakhar was also awarded the Shaurya Chakra for bravery. Jakhar has sent his resignation from the post of Assistant Commandant in CRPF to the President’s department of his force.

At the same time, he has also written a letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. He has expressed concern over the rigging happening in Rajasthan and has written that this is spoiling the future of the youth. Vikas Jakhar, describing the Rajasthan government as a failure in preventing corruption in recruitment, has attributed the corruption of these recruitments to the Chairman of the Board of Secondary Education, DP Jaroli and former Education Minister Govindsinh Dotasra. In a letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Vikas Jakhar has said that he is deeply hurt by the constant playing with the future of the youth. Therefore, he has sent his resignation from the post of Assistant Commandant in CRPF to the President, to the department of his force. But his resignation has not been accepted yet.

Sent resignation to the superintendent of his company
Vikas Jakhar told that he has sent his resignation to the headquarters of CRPF. He told that if one resigns from the job before ten years, then the expenses of training etc. have to be borne by himself. Shaurya Chakra winner Vikas Jakhar told that he has deposited about Rs. This process takes time, but he has resigned.

Farmers have raised the demand to create relief fund
Shaurya Chakra winner Vikas Jakhar had taken a big decision earlier in 2018 as well. He had demanded the creation of a farmers relief fund. For this, a letter was written to the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister. The then collector of Jhunjhunu, Dinesh Yadav, had handed over his and his wife’s jewelery worth Rs 12 lakh for this fund. He along with his wife had given 40 tola gold and half a kg silver jewelery to the collector to give relief to the farmers. He said that the condition of farmers is worst in the country. For this, farmers relief fund should be established at the earliest. At that time the collector had taken the letter written by Vikas Jakhar, but had returned the ornaments.

Apart from this, Vikas Jakhar has been giving assistance of one thousand rupees every month to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund, National Defense Fund and Science and Technology Board. Along with this, in 2014, the formalities of organ donation in AIIMS Delhi have also been completed.

Naxalites have also licked the dust
On 23 November 2016, Assistant Commandant Vikas Jakhar has been instrumental in carrying out the operation in the forests of Latehar, Jharkhand. The Naxalites hiding in the forests of Latehar were a big challenge for the security of the country. Many soldiers had lost their lives in this attack of Naxalites. The soldiers, led by Vikas Jakhar, covered 23 kms on foot in the silence of the night to reach the Naxalites.

wife will also resign
Vikas’s wife Suman Poonia has also said that she will also resign if the government does not consider her husband’s demands. His wife Suman Poonia is working in the Medical and Health Department. Jakhar, in his five-point demands, canceled the REET examination, got it done again in a month, CBI probe into the rigging of the REET examination, removal of Chairman of the Board of Secondary Education, DP Jaroli, the Supreme Court of a committee to conduct time-bound examinations. There has been a demand to constitute under the chairmanship of retired judge of the court, to bring a strict law on copying mafia in the assembly.

24 years service and the rest
The Assistant Commandant, who is just 36 years old, is serving in the CRPF for nine years. While he still has 24 years of services left. But they are so hurt that instead of reaching DIG-IG after getting promotion, they have called to fight for the youth.


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