STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh said here today that National Conference (NC) and PDP are bemoaning Jammu’s misery for which they are themelves responsibile and are shedding crocodile tears over the plight of Jammu which is an outcome of regional discrimination and injustice meted out to Jammu during over four decades of rule by these two political parties.Dr Jitendra Singh, who arrived at the winter capital today for BJP Election Committee meeting to discuss probable candidates for ensuing District Development Council (DDC) elections, was responding to the two days of continuous and intense sympathising with Jammu by the National Conference and PDP leaders, one after the other. He said, it was during the National Conference and PDP rule of 40 years that the Civil Secretariat was systematically filled with employees from one particular region ignoring the rights of Jammu and Public Service Commission was manipulated to fill all the vacancies including those in professional colleges and higher education teaching institutions in such a way that the candidates from Jammu were left out by design.As Minister for Department of Personnel & Training (DOPT), Dr Jitendra Singh asked, when the orders for abolition of interview in selection to government jobs were issued across the country on the 1st of Jan 2016, what was it that prevented the PDP headed Government in Jammu & Kashmir from implementing this rule in spite of repeated reminders including personal letters written by him to the then Chief Minister. This, he alleged, was done intentionally to eliminate the written test merit of Jammu candidates for various jobs by giving them poor marks in interview and denying them the selection.Referring to the crocodile tears being shed by PDP and National Conference leaders over the daily wagers who, according to them, are on roads, Dr Jitendra Singh said, the question to be asked is who is responsible for bringing them on the road. He said, it is a commonly known fact that the Ministers in the successive governments had doled out jobs for cash and bluffed the innocent youth by temporarily appointing them through the back door with the false assurance that they would become automatically permanent. If these governments were so sincere, why did they not regularise these employees during their tenure, it was because they were aware that this would invite litigation and also anger from the unemployed youth who were waiting for regular jobs through the normal selection process, he added.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Withheld some a/cs within India, to continue advocating right of free expression: Twitter
New generation ICD with latest technology implanted at SSH Jammu
Arthritis drug no better than standard care for severe COVID-19, says study
People shouldn’t hesitate to get vaccinated, listen to scientists: Delhi’s 1st COVID patient
Rupee slumps 29 paise to 73.76 against US dollar in early trade
Can AI pay a month’s salary to terminated contractual pilots: HC asks national carrier
Rupee tanks 67 paise to 73.10 against US dollar in early trade
Gold falls Rs 148, silver declines Rs 886
Rupee gains 14 paise to 72.32 against US dollar in early trade
Download 10Cric Casino app, and enjoy Indias most popular casino games, directly on your mobile!
Gamble with real money online! Play Indias favourite casino games at 7Jackpots.com, Indias most trusted online casino site.
© 2020 State Times Daily Newspaper | Powered by Ideogram Technology Solutions [P] Ltd.