JAMMU — Lieutenant Governor J&K, Manoj Sinha on Monday said there is a deliberate attempt being made by some vested interest elements to stop recruitments in Jammu and Kashmir. The LG appealed to the youth to stop carrying out candle marches and assured them those playing with the bread of merit holders will not be spared.
He said that complaints poured in past about recruitments after which the administration swung into action and cancelled the examinations. “The exams were cancelled and investigations were ordered. Simultaneously, CBI was given the task to probe the matter and expose the culprits who want to snatch bread of merit holders,” LG Manoj Sinha said as per the news agency KNS while addressing an event in Jammu.
“I assure youth the investigation is underway and the CBI will reach to the neck of influential and bring them to justice soon,” LG Sinha said.
He said during the past three years, the J&K administration provided jobs to 30,000 youth and there was a plan to provide 12,000 more jobs in the ongoing year but unfortunately, some vested interested elements don’t want to let the recruitment process go smoothly.
“I appeal to youth don’t come under influence of such elements who want to snatch your bread. What can they say who provided jobs to terrorists and their families? Those who recruited one lakh people through the backdoor have no right to talk about current recruitments. I want to make it clear that those days are gone when jobs were made available at shops and were given recommendations. Now only merit will talk and nobody will be allowed to snatch the bread of a merit holder,” LG added.
He appealed to the youth to not come under influence of vested interested elements and assured them that no cheater will be allowed to play with their future.
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