Ch Zulfkar Ali seeks fast track recruitment on all vacant posts in J&K

Asks Govt to de-freeze posts in Education Dept, hold transparent recruitments

Asks Govt to de-freeze posts in Education Dept, hold transparent recruitments

RAJOURI, DECEMBER 09 (KNS): Apni Party Vice President and Former Cabinet Minister, Choudhary Zulfkar Ali has demanded fast track and transparent recruitment of all the vacant posts in J&K Govt and defreezing of the teachers post in Education Department.

Expressing his serious concern over the growing unemployment, the Former Cabinet Minister said that the unemployed youth are worried about their future in absence of employment opportunities in the Govt sector.

“From last several years, the recruitments have not happened. Even if some recruitment were conducted, they turned out to be a major scams and therefore, the recruitments for JKPSI, and others were cancelled and investigation was handed over to the CBI to probe the allegations,” he said.

He welcomed the decision of the Govt to order a probe into the recruitment of JKSSB for irregularities in changing the terms and conditions of the tenders.

“The culprits must be booked and punished but at the same time the Govt should frame a policy to ensure recruitment on all the vacant posts on a fast track basis in all the Govt departments which are lakhs,” he added.

He said that “J&K has very less opportunity in the private sector especially due to inflation and the educated youth are dependent upon the Govt jobs which have turned into scams.”

He said that the earlier Govts had introduced a system for the recruitment process to ensure transparency but it appears that the system has collapsed and it has developed loopholes leading to the scams and unfair selection in the Govt jobs.

In absence of employment opportunities in J&K, he said that the youth have become frustrated and educated youth have become overaged due to poor changes of their recruitment which is not a good sign for the future.

“As the future is uncertain, the youth are on the roads seeking investigation in recruitments and demanding recruitments and the Govt must hear their concern and hold the recruitment by advertising all the vacant posts in a transparent manner,” he added further.

He said that the recruitment in JKP and other security forces has also not been conducted and it has put the future of the youth in doubt who want to join the defence forces.

He also raised serious concern over the freezing of the recruitment in the Education Department which has deprived unemployed educated youth from the jobs for which they aspire. He demanded that the freezed jobs in the Education Department should be de-freezed with immediate effect in the interest of the unemployed in J&K.

He said that the growing unemployment has given rise to many social evils and “We shall work to protect the future of the educated and young generation irrespective of any kind of differences,” he added.(KNS)

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