GOVT TO START ON SPOT RECRUITMENT DRIVE SOON: OMAR
Srinagar, Jan 23: The Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, Sunday said that government would soon start on spot recruitment drive on the pattern of Khanyar in Srinagar and other parts of the state to absorb unemployed youth in the police department.
“I’ve instructed Director General Police to start on-sport recruitment drive in Srinagar and other districts of the state soon. In the coming days youths would be recruited in a transparent manner,” a local news agency KNS quoted Omar as having said.
The news agency quoting sources said that modalities for the next police recruitment drive have already been finalized. “Youth from all parts of Srinagar will be asked to assemble in a ground where the recruitment will be held,” it said.
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