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Despite court orders Govt fails to provide job to 45 left over aspirants
10/21/2020 12:47:42 AM
EarlyTimes Report

JAMMU, Oct 20: The Jammu and Kashmir high court despite issuing orders to select agitating Kashmiri Migrant 45 government job aspirants who were dropped from the selection list for employment under PM’s package during 2017, the candidates continue with their strike against administration of Jammu and Kashmir, which has now entered into 19th day in support of their rightful demand near Press Club Jammu. Demanding their selection in employment under PM’s package, striking Kashmiri Pandit youth have been crying for their rightful demand for being selected in government job as per the aspirations of the aggrieved 45 Kashmiri Pandit youth who have been left over from the selection list for unknown reasons in the year 2017 after following the due process for selection , sources said here today.
They said BJP’s slogan Beti Padao Beti Bachao has thus proved mere a hallow slogan as there were many girl aspirants who were dropped from the list,said one of the protesting candidate Rozy Bhat while talking to EarlyTimes.She alleged that BJP government has failed to fullfill the aspirations of agitating youth who have been demanding their right which has also been endorsed by the high court of Jammu and Kashmir in its order the aggrieved youth added. The Govt machinery has been continuously turning a deaf ear towards our demand of selection and in spite has started process of publishing fresh advertisements under PM’s package employment,which itself shows that Govt was not taking agitating youth seriously.
As we are now at the verge of getting overaged and won’t be able to apply again for any Govt Job will be sheer injustice with us.We again urge before the administration of Jammu and Kashmir to consider our genuine demand for selection under PM’s package employment scheme at an earliest,otherwise we 45 left out candidates will come on roads which may take any drastic turn during our strike in due course of time and if any such ugly situation persists, the Govt will be responsible itself for consequences. Needless to submit that our families who are under mental,physical and financial trouble, Govt shall have squarely to face the consequences,as the High Court has also directed for our selection during 2017,while the said file was languishing in Civil Sectt since then with out any consideration,the aggrieved youth added.
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