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NPSU asks BJP to clear stand on discrimination with Jammu
2/16/2017 10:25:54 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 16: NPSU today asked BJP to clear its stand on discrimination with unemployed youth from Jammu province.
Addressing a press conference regarding the injustice done by PSC in Assistant Professor posts, Th. Virender Singh State President NPSU questioned Bhartiya Janata Part to clear its stand on the discrimination made with the Youth in Asst. Professor posts.
Singh said that this is really a matter of concern the Political Party who get huge mandate from Jammu region and now is playing hide and seek when it comes on to speak for the Youth of Jammu region.
He said that list of Asst. Professor published during last 10 days have given a clear message that Jammu Youth have no right of employment because there is no competent leader in present Govt. who can fight against injustice made with educated Youth of Jammu Pradesh. Singh reminded BJP that before election they have made huge promises but their criminal silence on issue of discrimination has clearly exposed them. He asked BJP legislators to come clear on this issue let the Dogras know why BJP is playing hide and seek when it comes with future of Youth. Others who were present were Rishi Badyal, Lovely Singh, Manmohan Singh, Akash kumar and Baldev Singh.
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