January 12, 2021

Empanelled ReT aspirants hold protest at Press enclave Srinagar, demand immediate issuance of appointment orders

Srinagar: Aggrieved empaneled Rehbar-e-Taleem aspirants assembled at Press enclave and staged protest against the Govt’s apathy over delay in issuance of their appointment orders. They raised slogans anti-government slogans in support of their demands.
Addressing media persons, Myasar who was leading the protest lambasted the successive regimes for halting appointment orders in favour of aspirants who were empaneled in 2015-16 as Rehbar e Taleem Teachers. He said “we are not demanding stars from the sky but our legitimate right that has been snatched by the Government which is totally unacceptable and we will be fought tooth and nail the demands are conceded”.
Asmat Hassan another leading protester said”we have also approached Honorable High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, which issued clear cut directions in favour of us but we have been receiving only assurances from the quarters of the administration which has compelled us to hit streets”.
She further said “our families are at the verge of starvation as there is no other means of earning livelihoods. Ironically most of the candidates have crossed the upper age limit for other government jobs which has inevitably deepened the crises”.
She expressed anguish over the claims and transparency of the department which has already issued some appointment orders in favour of blue eyed & political influential candidates and said “delaying our orders is completely unjustified that has deepened anxiety among us and embarrassed all of us”. Seeking intervention of Lt Governor Manoj Sinha for immediate issuance of appointment orders, she said “if the stalemate continues for more time, we will hit the streets again but will intensify our struggle and the responsibility of which shall lie on the Government”.

 

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