Governmental pressure is really strong.

Varad Murti Mishra says only about 30-40 out of 250 IAS officers have been offered high-ranking jobs . Mishra said that his party, which will be announced shortly, would contest all 230 seats in 2023 assembly elections .

In Indore, former IAS officer Varad Murti Mishra said on Thursday that there was favoritism in prime postings of government officers, forcing gifted ones to go to other states on deputation, adding that the entire system was largely dependent on IAS and IPS officers, and that politicians were only interested in incentivizing voters.Nevertheless, only about 30-40 out of over 250 IAS officers have been offered high-ranking jobs and better facilities, while the remaining are underemployed.No one is listening to them.One is getting opportunities because of his position, but others are being denied good postings, which leads to redundancy among them, and they are considering leaving the state on deputation, he said.Mishra said that his party, which will be announced shortly, would contest all 230 seats in 2023 assembly elections, and that education, health, and justice would be its primary agenda.