Migrants’ Job Package: Posting of selected candidates soon
Jammu, Oct 19: The state government is likely to start the posting of the displaced Kashmiri Pandit youth appointed in various government departments in the Valley under the Prime Minister’s special package for the Rehabilitation of Kashmiri migrants.
According to official sources, the government would start the process before the Durbar move.
Pertinent to mention here that the recruitment under the package was started by the government in February and the interviews for various posts were conducted during April-May, but due to the unrest in valley, the process of the posting of the selected candidates remained incomplete.
“The process will start within weeks. We don’t want to delay it further. Those Kashmiri Pandit youth willing to return under the package will be given every help from the government”, said Revenue Minister, Raman Bhalla.
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