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Jammu region discriminated even in compassionate appointments: Harsh
6/16/2019 9:40:41 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, June 16: Referring to the list of compassionate appointments issued by the J&K govt. during the last one year, Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and former Minister has claimed that Jammu region has been discriminated even with regard to implementation of SRO 43 in the State.
He said that out of 168 cases of compassionate appointments cleared in the State, only 72 belonged to Jammu region .despite the fact that maximum number of deserving cases pertained to Jammu region. He said that while compassionate appointments have been made in Kashmir region in relaxation of rules, the eligible cases of Jammu region had been disregarded and ignored for reasons best known to the govt.
Pointing towards the most despicable apathy shown by the govt even with regard to NoKs of martyred soldiers, Singh regretted that the most deserving cases of compassionate appointments of Jammu region had been most contemptuously discarded by the govt which had invited widespread criticism.
He pointed out that the legal heirs of martyr Imran Tak, a sub inspector of tehsil Basantgarh who laid down his life while fighting armed militants in Kashmir in Nov 2017, were made to run from pillar to post for the most genuine claim of the family for appointment under SRO 43,which remained elusive even after a lapse of around 18 months. He said that the appointment of the martyr's NoK was being shamelessly delayed and denied on the pretext of non availability of post and the family was being asked to wait for some more time on every occasion it visited the concerned authorities.
He regretted that while the govt had sufficient vacancies for appointments of its blue eyed and other favourites and relations of politicians, it was taking the plea of non availability of posts in the State when it came to appointment of a martyred brave heart's family member. Likewise several candidates of Jammu region obtained orders for appointments under compassionate appointment rules from High Court which too had not been implemented with govt. preferring to file appeals against such orders.
Asserting that Governor Rule was no different from the rule of corrupt and biased PDP-BJP regime, Singh called for early clearance of all SRO 43 cases of Jammu region pending since long in the deptts. including GAD, Home, Forests, Education, etc.
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