JKPCC Chief hits out BJP-govt for treatment to job aspirants, condemns policy of suppression

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 2/4/2022 12:03:32 PM

BJP worried about outside youth at the cost of local youth: Mir

JAMMU, Feb 3: JKPCC has hit hard the Centre Govt. and JK UT Administration for the ill treatment to the candidates and aspirants for various ongoing selections and termed it as anti-youth policy of BJP-govt towards the local youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
Reacting strongly to the treatment being given to the large number of aspirants and candidates for different categories of ongoing selections including border battalions of JKP, CISF/BSF as well as other ongoing selections, JKPCC Chief Shri G.A. Mir has said that it is totally unjustified and great injustice with the eligible local candidates of different posts. The Centre Govt of day is totally indifferent towards the unemployed educated youth, as all selections initiated prior to August 2019 have been withheld and recalled and the candidates are protesting on roads for completion of the process.
Mir said that these candidates who had already applied and undergone some selection process who are being made to wait for three years for facilitating the new eligible candidates from outside J&K, after the re-organization Act 2019. The BJP-govt is worried about outside candidates at the cost and interests of local candidates who had already taken part in the selection process. Most of them are waiting for two to three years for the completion of selection process and are getting overaged.
The J&K Govt has directed the recruiting agencies including PSC and Service Selection Board to withhold all such selection process initiated prior to the J&K Re-organization Act. This is great injustice to all those who were already in the process of selections for different categories of posts advertised prior to implementation of J&K Reorganization Act 2019. The ruling BJP is totally silent over the plight of unemployed educated youth while the Govt. uses police force to suppress the voice of youth agitating for their genuine rights. He took the ruling party and Centre Govt. to task for the grave injustice to all such categories of candidates and aspirants on roads and condemned the policies of suppression towards the youth. The BJP top leaders have gone into hibernation after making tall and false promises with the unemployed youth who have been left at the mercy of the police and the administration.
JKPCC Chief expressed solidarity with the agitating youth and said that Congress party stands shoulder to shoulder with the agitating youths.



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