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Set up separate PSC for Jammu region to end discrimination with youth of region: Mankotia
4/17/2017 11:36:26 PM
Early Times Report
Billawar, Apr 17: Terming state public service commission a biased organization, Jammu Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) state president Balwant Singh Mankotia today demanded separate PSC for Jammu region to end discrimination with the youth of Jammu province.
Leading the Haq-insaaf yatra started for separate statehood for Jammu region which enters on 16th day, Balwant Singh Mankotia addressed series of rallies at Ramkote, Challan and Gujroo Nagrota of Kathua district.
While addressing the rallies in Kathua district, state president JKNPP Balwant Singh Makotia blamed that the successive regimes for adopting biased approach towards the highly educated youth of Jammu region. Asserting that State Public Service Commission always played a biased role in the selection process for different posts, Mankotia alleged that PSC has become the tool of Kashmir leaders and working on their directions.
Mankotia made a scathing attack on the present PDP-BJP regime for adopting the same path for ignoring the youth of Jammu region. Making special mention of the select list of constable operators published a couple of days ago, Mankotia lamented that out of 642 candidates selected in the General category from the entire State, only 103 candidates comprising of just 16% were selected from Jammu region and the rest 84% had gone in the kitty of Kashmir which was highly shocking and prejudicial in nature.
Likewise, 10,000 posts of SPOs sanctioned by the Govt. of India for J&K earlier were out rightly assigned to various districts of Kashmir region with full consent of BJP justifying that the decision had been taken in national interest, Mankotia regretted. He also accused the BJP ministers in the J&K cabinet for meekly surrendering the posts to Kashmir at the cost of Jammu youth only for the hunger of power.
Panther Party's state president said that highly biased selection process became evident from the select list of Asstt. Professors issued by PSC in various disciplines where Jammu region got negligible share in the list despite maximum number of candidates shortlisted from it.
Revealing the statistics, Mankotia said that out of 34 selected candidates in History, 9 belonged to Jammu region, 7 candidates out of 26 in Physics, 9 in Psychology out of 27, 13 out of 58 in commerce and likewise in other subjects.
He said that despite huge public cry against such injustice the mandated leaders of Jammu failed to respond or react. Mankotia reiterated that with the setting up of separate PSC for Jammu region will end the discrimination with educated Jammu youth. He said the motive of the haq-insaaf yatra started for separate Jammu state is to end the discrimination with people of neglected province so that youth of Jammu region get justice in every field of life.
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