Flames of agitation against new recruitment policy reaches Kishtwar
Blaming government for spoiling the future of youths and spraying water over their dreams, the flames of agitation against the new recruitment policy now reached at hilly District Kishtwar. Continuing its agitation, the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) today conducted Signature campaign in front of Govt. Polytechnic College at Kishtwar.
The campaign was the goodwill programme of the organisation and was organised by Prakash Singh Dadwal District President NSUI Unit Kishtwar. Massive number of students putted their signatures in support of the agitation, terming the “New Recruitment Policy”, such a bogus policy which will ruin the lives of youths seeking jobs in Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking on the occasion, Prakash Singh Dadwal said that the new recruitment policy which has been formulated to make appointment against gazetted and non-gazetted vacancies on contractual basis and the person appointed will be regularised after putting in seven years of satisfactory service. All the appointments will be through District level officers and thus the policy will enhance corruption and will promote system of bribe.
Dadwal added that these policies are made behind closed doors without any proper consultation with youths having a soul aim to create frustration among unemployed youths so that youths will move away from government job and by this policy the fundamental rights of the youth to work on the principle of “Equal wages for Equal job” has be assaulted and now the contractual jobs are offered when there are more than 40,000 vacancies in government jobs in Jammu and Kashmir, they have to be filled under law as per constitution of India. Dadwal also added that the promises which were made before the elections with the SPO,s , Daily Wager & Home Guards should be solved as earlier as possible and not to make fraud with youths by implementing such policy and demanded immediate revocation of such policy which has a catastrophic effect on Youths.
Other who actively coordinated in the campaign included Imtiyaz Tapal Vice President NSUI GDC Kishtwar, Jahangir Hassan Lone, Amit Rana, Aamir hussain Keen, Bilal mohi ud Din Tantray, Aarif Majeed Malik, Mehboob Wani, Burhan Javed, Owais Shinas, Akil Rashid, Imran ,Mohd Idries, Shubham Bhagat, Muneeb khanjee, Ankush Sharma, Waseem Akram, Nazoor Mughal and others.