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Jaipur: In the marathon feedback meeting of Congress state incharge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa with the Chief Minister and ministers, an agreement has been reached on the transfer of third grade teachers in the election year in the State. In the meeting that lasted till late night on Thursday, the ministers gave suggestions on repeating the government, and many times there was an argument among themselves. At the same time, there was a suggestion in the meeting to cut the tickets of 30 per cent ministers. In the meeting, it has been agreed to remove the ban on transfers of third grade teachers and teachers recruited after the year 2016 will now be transferred. CM Ashok Gehlot has asked Education Minister BD Kalla to transfer after the suggestions of the ministers. The ministers had different views on the transfers. Most of the ministers, including the Health Minister, advocated the transfer of third grade teachers. Some ministers including Murarilal Meena, Brijendra Singh Ola were of the opinion that these transfers should not be opened at present. However, most of the ministers were in favor of transfers.
Gehlot told the Education Minister that when there is a consensus, then these transfers should happen. Meanwhile, State Congress in-charge Randhawa suggested not to bring any new policy for third grade teacher transfers and said, “due to this, an atmosphere was created against us in Punjab and the government went. These transfers should happen without waiting for the policy.” In the meeting, the ministers were asked the measures to repeat the government. Ministers Udayalal Anjana and Rajendra Yadav suggested cutting tickets for 30 per cent ministers i.e. 10 ministers. These ministers said that tickets should be fixed long in advance on the seats of the defeated candidates. “Indicate those to whom tickets are to be given well before the elections so that they can work. When tickets are cut near the election, there will be loss,” they stressed. During the feedback meeting of Congress in-charge Randhawa, the matter of paper leak of senior teacher recruitment examination came to the fore.