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JKNPP welcomes probe in backdoor appointment of SPOs
7/18/2018 10:04:14 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, July 18: Hailing the decision of the Governor's Administration for ordering screening of the Special Police Officers (SPOs) engaged during the last six years in pursuance of the reports of intelligence agencies about links of several of them with terror groups, Harsh Dev Singh Chairman Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) sought a comprehensive probe including the mode of their engagement apart from their antecedents.
He said that while the SPOs and other police personal working as moles for the terror outfits as per intelligence inputs needed to be identified, the govt also needed to probe the illegitimate engagements of SPOs in the state during the last three years whose numbers was believed to be in thousands.
The police force which is entrusted with restoration of law and order and the most sacrosanct duty of protecting the lives and liberties of the citizens is supposed to be recruited with due diligence having due regard for the aptitude, suitability and antecedents, observed Singh. He said that after the killings of soldier Aurangzeb and Javid Ahmed Dar, several reports had suggested that around 200 to 300 SPOs and some regular police constables were acting as moles and such like incidents were the outcome of sabotage from within the police force.
Drawing the attention of the Governor's Administration towards large scale backdoor appointments of SPOs during the last three years, Harsh Dev Singh appealed that that enquiry ordered into screening of the SPOs must also go into the question of procedure adopted for their recruitments. Claiming that the number of such backdoor appointees was in thousands, he revealed that in every District hundreds of such SPOs had been engaged on extraneous and other monetary considerations.
He pointed out that in District Udhampur alone more than 200 SPOs had been engaged in the year 2017 alone without following due procedure of law through backdoor channel and in violation of a plethora of Supreme Court judgements which categorically provided that public appointments were not a largesse which could be dispensed to anyone on whims and fancies of authorities concerned or rulers.
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