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Advertise vacant posts in Govt Depts: Abhay

Reiterates demand for age relaxation in recruitment process of Sub-Inspectors

Jammu, July 24, 2021: Apni Party’s Youth Wing has demanded advertisement of vacant posts in different Govt. Departments in J&K.

Youth Wing State General Secretary, Abhay Bakaya said that the Govt. should take measures to deal with the growing unemployment in J&K by organizing seminars and programmes to introduce them in the manufacturing, and service industry.

“Educated youth are basically dependent upon Govt jobs in J&K. The advertisement of vacant posts will create an opportunity for the deserving candidates to get the job. Unemployment has affected the educated youth psychologically,” said Abhay who chaired the meeting.

This meeting was attended by District Youth Wing, Jammu Urban, President, Shivam Choudhary, Joginder Singh, Vipul Bali, Suhail Khajuria, Jatinder Singh, Vishal Jyotshi, Vivek Saproo, Ragav Gupta, Chiranjeev Singh, Atinder Singh and other youth leaders.

Abhay further said that the vacancies in Govt. Depts should be fulfilled by advertising the vacant posts. “Recruitment process should be fast track,” he demanded.

He said that the youth energy should be channelized towards the right direction by providing them job opportunities.

Abhay Bakaya has also insisted on the youth leaders to establish connection with the people.

“The youth are the foundation of a nation and they should be kept away from narcotics. The drug addiction has consumed many precious lives. We should not let our youth become drug addicts,” Abhay said.

Meanwhile, Abhay also sought age relaxation for youth aspiring to become Sub-Inspectors in Jammu and Kashmir Police.

He expressed concern over the age bar and demanded that the age for the aspiring youth who want to join J&K Police as Sub Inspector should be given age relaxation.

Shivam Choudhary, on this occasion, highlighted various issues being faced by the youth and also held threadbare discussion on organizational issues.

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