PM can't even keep Army question paper safe, Uddav takes a dig at Modi

Mumbai: The Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis  over the leak of the Army examination question paper.

"The Prime Minister and the Chief Minister are busy canvassing as they want to win the elections at any cost. But see what is happening. Question papers meant for the Army recruitment are leaked. When these people cannot keep the question papers safe, then what can be said about the country’s security?" Thackeray questioned.

Thackeray’s jibe came at a time when his party and former ally the BJP are locked in a fierce battle to control the cash-rich BMC, as both the parties fell short of numbers to capture power on their own.

The question paper for recruitment to some lower level posts in the army was allegedly leaked in Maharashtra and Goa, leading to cancellation of the examination conducted by the Army Recruitment Board on Sunday. Thane police have so far arrested 21 accused in the case.

PTI