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Why is JK BJP silent over anti-youth SRO-202?
New recruitment rules for Class-IV jobs may not help Jammuites
6/5/2020 11:42:44 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 5: Even as voices against the new recruitment rules for Class-IV jobs notified by the J&K government are being raised from all the corners the BJP’s silence over the issue is being questioned by almost everyone.
People are demanding the roll back of the new recruitment rules and there modification in accordance with the standard rules governing the recruitment processes across the country,
As per the set procedures in the new recruitment rules for Class-IV jobs notified by the J&K government, SRO 202 is still in vogue.
Under the SRO 202, during the period of first five years, the government appointee shall be entitled to the minimum of scale of pay along with the grade pay applicable to the post against which he is appointed. And further, every appointee shall after completion of five years period on probation be entitled to fixation of pay in the time-scale of pay applicable to the post against which he is appointed. This rule was enacted in the erstwhile State under the PDP-BJP coalition regime amid much opposition from the social and civil society groups who termed it tantamount to slaughtering the abilities of the talented youth and rendering them into monkeys being thrown the peanuts.
Meanwhile, now when the government has announced fresh recruitment drive in Jammu and Kashmir, everyone was of the opinion that SRO 202 will not be in force for these recruitments. However, to everyone’s surprise, the law is still in place.
While most of the political parties are calling for its immediate roll back, the silence being maintained by the J&K unit of BJP has raised many eyebrows with people questioning the party’s intentions towards benefiting the qualified youth of Jammu as well as of Kashmir. “Every saner voice is raising the concern over SRO 202. One wonders why the BJP is silent and has been acting as a mute spectator. It must come out and call spade a spade. It has got the mandate given by the people of Jammu. It cannot abandon them at such crucial juncture,” said a senior political activist based in Jammu.
Pertinent to mention here that the previous coalition government on January 9, 2018, nullified the reports about it revoking the new job policy under which people appointed inducted in government service shall draw a meagre salary for the period of five years. The then state government had clarified on the floor of the house then that it has no proposal under consideration to revoke the SRO 202 of 2015.
The then health and medical education minister in a written reply to legislator Neelam Kumar Langeh stated that there is no such proposal under consideration at the Health and Medical education department to revoke SRO202 which according to the minister was issued pursuant to a conscious and thoughtful decision of the government.
The SRO 202 is a set of rules issued by the then Governor N N Vohra of Jammu and Kashmir under the powers conferred by the proviso to section 124 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir.
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