‘JKPSC excluding Jammu youth, giving preferential treatment to Kashmir’


JAMMU: President, Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association Jammu, Advocate B.S Slathia urged Governor N.N Vohra to ensure equal share for the educated unemployed in the service sector, especially the positions filled by the J and K Public Service Commission (JKPSC).
“Youth of Jammu is seething with anger over the preferential and differential treatment to the Kashmiri youth being accorded by the JKPSC by converting merit into the de-merit which is a matter of grave concern,” Advocate Slathia told reporters, here on Saturday.
Slathia said the position now has climaxed to the point that Kashmir is grabbing almost 80 to 90 per cent positions, including the positions of professor, and the Jammu youths have been left high and dry. He said the gravity of the situation could be measured from the fact that even an important functionary of Coalition Government Prof Virender Gupta has come out openly against the working of the JKPSC. “it’s a clear admission by the BJP leadership that the present dispensation has failed to administer Justice to the Jammu youth, he added.

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