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Fed-up with false promises of BJP leaders, BSF-CISF aspirants seek Mehbooba’s help
2/21/2022 11:53:38 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 21: Fed up with the repeated “false” assurances of BJP leaders, aspirants of Border Security Force (BSF) and Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on Monday sought the help of former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to get their issue resolved.
A delegation of BSF, CISF aspirants today met Mehbooba Mufti and apprised her of their genuine issues and sought her help to get these issues solved.
The helpless youth urged the PDP president to take up their issues because all other parties especially the ruling BJP have repeatedly ditched them for one way or other.
The protesting youth, who have cleared all rounds required for the jobs, held protest outside the BJP office and alleged that the BJP has cheated them by lying about increasing the number of posts.
The protesting youth recalled that BJP leaders had promised to increase the vacancies in the District Development Council elections but now these leaders have taken a U-turn on their demand.
When the notification for the recruitment of constables in BSF and CISF was issued in 2018, lakhs of aspirants from Jammu and Kashmir had applied for the posts. Amid this, the demand for posts was raised and assurance for the same had been made by BJP leaders. However, in February 2021, the final list of the selected candidates was rolled out for only 1,356 candidates instead of the assured added 2,000 posts.
On February 17 scores of unemployed youth were briefly detained during a protest demonstration and blockade of Tawi bridge here in support of their demand for recruitment in BSF and CISF.
The protesters were detained after they clashed with police personnel, who removed them from blocking the main Tawi bridge on Jammu-Airport road.
They have been demanding enhancement of the vacancies to provide them employment as they have cleared all the rounds required to obtain the jobs. The protestors added that they have already crossed the age limit to stand a chance for recruitment in the future.
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