‘Days gone when jobs were selling in shops’: LG

Srinagar: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha while reacting to the agitation by JKSSRB aspirants against APTECH Company said the protests going around regarding the matter are just an attempt to stall the recruitment process, but those behind the plot are bound to fail.

The LG Sinha said that in the past three years, around thirty thousand youth from Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory have been provided jobs and the government is committed to providing jobs to twelve thousand youth in the 2023 year.

The Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha, said what people can expect from those who give space to terrorism, who provide jobs to militant families and who have appointed lakhs of people for whom common masses in the UT are suffering.

He said gone are the days when jobs were sold in shops and only approach-based people were given positions. “Those days are over now, people now need to come forward if they know of anyone involved in any wrongdoing, and strict action will be taken”, he said adding nobody will be spared who is involved in any wrongdoing.

He said those people who spoil the dreams of young aspirants in broad daylight and have entirely damaged the whole ecosystem are those who were appointed but had never been in offices, and it is obvious those are hurting and it should be.

“Don’t come to their talks, you don’t need to hold candle-lights”, LG said.

“All those complaints received earlier have been strictly dealt with, and the matters later handed over to India’s best investigation agency, the CBI”, he said.

Pertinently, scores of Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) job aspirants are relentlessly protesting against the purported grant of contract to APTECH Ltd. for conduct of various exams. (GNS)

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