SRO-202 against interests of unemployed youth, revoke it, scrap new recruitment policy :Hakeem

Srinagar/June,6: Chairman Peoples Democratic Front(PDF) Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen has demanded immediate revocation of SRO 202 adding that this employment policy usurps the legitimate and constitutional employment rights of the educated unemployment youth. He has also flayed the new recruitment policy for selection to class- IV vacancies adding that it was totally against the interests of the unemployed youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
In a statement issued on Sunday , Hakeem while demanding immediate revocation of the SRO-202 , said that the SRO was in violation of the fundamental and constitutional rights of the educated youth about” equal wages for equal equal work ” He said that all appointments under SRO -202 are temporary for a five years probation adding that under the new employment policy, new appointees would be given a bare minimum of scale of pay with no other incentives like annual increment ,DA ،TA,CCA and HRA ۔PDF Chairman has flayed the new recruitment rules and demanded to keep government notification in,issued recently , in this regard in abeyance till the expert committee constituted for reviewing impact of the S R O-202 submits it’s final report.” What was the urgency of notifying new recruitment rules when there was already a high powered expert committee in place to review the SRO-202, ” Hakeem questioned and said that the SRO -202 and the new recruitment rules were totally against the interests of the educated youth of Jammu and Kashmir. He said existing recruitment rules has put the future of the unemployed youth into a dock and it was a great injustice to them.
Hakeem while demanding to revoke SRO-202 and new recruitment rules without any delay , has cautioned the government against taking anti- youth steps . Hakeem has demanded to put on hold the new recruitment policy , till restoration of the statehood to Jammu and Kashmir , as has been promised by the Prime Minister and Home Minister of the country on the floor of the Indian parliament . “Matters of public interest , including recruitment policy for the youth , could be deliberated upon viably only by a civil government”, Hakeem maintained adding that “till then , government should put on hold the new recruitment policy . He said notification of new recruitment rules speaks about the double standard of the present dispensation” .

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