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There was an uproar during the fire brigade recruitment in Mumbai on Saturday. During this, there was a clash between the women candidates and the police. Women candidates alleged rigging during recruitment. The girls have demanded cancellation of recruitment making many allegations. The selection for Fireman Recruitment 2023 in Mumbai was to be done through walk-in. For which many girls were sitting outside the office gate since Friday night.
There was a scuffle with the police
The recruitment of Women Fire Brigade Officer was going on at Late Gopinath Munde Maidan, Dahisar West, Mumbai. Where the girls were preparing for recruitment at the same place by gathering since night. But in the morning they were not allowed to enter inside the gate. After which the candidates started raising slogans against BMC. During the sloganeering, there was a scuffle between the police and the girls.
During the scuffle, a candidate tried to enter inside the gate.
The police lathicharged the girls alleging
There has been a demand in Mumbai to cancel the fire brigade recruitment process for several days. Candidates allege that girls whose height is fine, they are also not being given entry. According to the candidates, despite having the qualification and eligibility for the Mumbai Fire Brigade Recruitment, they are also not being given a chance. The girls said that the police lathicharged them and prevented them from going inside.
A total of 910 fireman posts are to be recruited.
In December last year, BMC had taken out Fire Brigade recruitment for a total of 910 posts, eligible candidates were given the opportunity to apply online on the official website mahafireservice.gov.in. After this applicants had to attend walk-in selection from 13 to 31 December and 1 to 4 February 2023 along with resume and academic documents.
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