CPIM state secretary and former MLA MY Tarigami on Thursday said there is confusion in recently announced merit list for the probationary officer aspirants and it need to be cleared.
“Due to this chaos, there are rumors that some brokers are collecting money from gullible aspirants which is most unfortunate. There are reports that such practices were done in the past as well. Jammu and Kashmir Bank management must clear the confusion and doubts created due to the change in cut off marks in the merit list for probationary officer aspirants,” Tarigami said in a written statement.
“Responsibilities must be fixed and those who are found guilty must be punished. Let the Bank management make the points of all candidates public and if any candidate has any doubt he must be provided the answer sheets under RTI Act for re-verification. The Bank management must maintain absolute transparency and fairness in the recruitment process,” he stressed.
Also, the bank management must make public as to what happened to the decision of the State Administrative Council (SAC) headed by Governor Satya Pal Malik that had ordered the bank should be brought under the RTI and made accountable before the legislature. “What happened to that order and why is that order not being implemented?” he asked.