Pune: MPSC Recruitment Process To Be Expedited, Announces Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar

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Mrunal Jadhav

Pune, July 5, 2021: Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Monday announced that all the posts under the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) will be filled by the end of July to speed up the work and provide justice to MPSC candidates in the State Assembly.

Swapnil Lonkar, an MPSC candidate from Pune, committed suicide due to a delay in the interview process even after passing the MPSC examination. Therefore, the government is taking the matter seriously. The government will take measures to prevent the recurrence of such an incident in the future.

The deputy chief minister also clarified that the government will take a positive decision regarding providing financial assistance to the Lonakar family.

Swapnil Lonakar, an MPSC aspirant from Pune, committed suicide due to depression due to a delay in the interview process despite’ passing the MPSC exam. The issue came up for discussion in the State Assembly on Monday, during which Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said, “The pain inflicted upon the Lonakar family is very large and the State government shares the grief with the Lonkar family.”

He also stated that the State government would help the Lonkar family.

Pawar said that Swapnil Lonkar’s appointment was delayed due to a court order and the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is looking into the matter. A decision will be taken to expedite the MPSC recruitment process after consultation with the MPSC president and senior government officials,” the deputy chief minister said.

Pawar also informed that the recruitment process for all the posts in important departments like public health, medical, education, police department, etc., is underway in full swing.



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