Ensure fairness in recruitments: BJP to Governor
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Jammu, Jan 31: Alleging foul play in the recruitments and selection of candidates for trainings, the leader of the BJP Legislators Party, Prof. Chaman Lal Gupta has asked the Governor to ensure fairness in the functioning of the autonomous bodies to avoid communal and regional tensions.
Responding to the complaints by educated youth that certain elements in the ruling hierarchy “having regional bias” are “manipulating” the recruitments through Public Service Commission and other bodies, Prof Gupta assured them that the matter would be taken up at every level.
“Successive governments, especially the present regime have done harm to the unity of the people, more so to the state by indulging in manipulations. The regional and communal considerations on part of these leaders have created bad blood between the people of various sections and foul play with the entire system is endangering the very unity of the state,” he alleged. “In the circumstances, he said the last hope lies with the constitutional head, the Governor to see through the lists of selections and promotions by the various authorities especially the PSC, State Recruitment Board and other such like bodies.”
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