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An advertisement for recruitment leaves Kejriwal govt red-faced, Sikkim referred as separate nation




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New Delhi: Amid the lockdown, an advertisement to rent volunteers for Civil Defence Corps has left the Kejriwal authorities embarrassed and red-faced. The obvious blunder in advertisement has not solely prompted rivals to assault the ruling dispensation but additionally native resident to vent ire for displaying Sikkim as an unbiased nation.

The AAP authorities on Saturday issued an advertisement to recruit ‘Civil Defence Corps Volunteers’ in lots of newspapers together with English & Hindi dailies. In the advert, Delhi govt seeks to rent practically 200 volunteers however refers Sikkim as a sep arate nation very similar to Bhutan and Nepal.

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In the eligibility standards, the advertisement states that any citizen of Sikkim, Nepal and Bhutan or a resident of Delhi are eligible for the publish. Moreover, the advertisement additionally has a photograph of Chief Minister, thereby validating the small print of adv.

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BJP tears in to Kejriwal govt for Sikkim fiasco

Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari took Kejriwal govt to activity for displaying Sikkim as a separate nation in its advertisement.

“Arvind Kejriwal ji… What is this? Sikkim is an integral part of India. What are you upto, Nation wants to know” tweeted Manoj Tiwari.



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