Jobs Were Sold In J&K, That Time Has Gone; Only Merit, Ability Matter Now: LG

 Jobs were sold in J&K, that time has gone; only merit, ability matter now: LG

‘All 3 cancelled exams in Oct, accused will face strong action’

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JAMMU, Aug 31: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said today that there was a time when jobs were sold in Jammu and Kashmir but now that time has gone and only merit and ability of youth will matter even as he announced that all three exams of Sub Inspectors in Jammu and Kashmir Police, Financial Accounts Assistants (FAAs) and JE Civil which were recently cancelled due to irregularities will be held in the month of October.

JAMMU, Aug 31: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha  said today that there was a time when jobs were sold in Jammu and Kashmir but now that time has gone and only merit and ability of youth will matter even as he announced that all three exams of Sub Inspectors in Jammu and Kashmir Police, Financial Accounts Assistants (FAAs) and JE Civil which were recently cancelled due to irregularities will be held in the month of October.

Sinha was speaking at Annual Day Function of Gurukul and Foundation Day of Shrine Board at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) at Katra this afternoon.

“There was a time when jobs were sold in Jammu and Kashmir. Now those days are gone. Now, only merit and competence of youth matter. Everyone should understand this,” he said.

He was referring to cancellation of three written exams of Sub Inspectors in JKP, FAAs and JE Civil.

“We received complaints of irregularities in these examination. There were doubts among people’s minds. A high-level Committee was immediately constituted to examine (the irregularities). All three exams were cancelled and probe by the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) has been ordered,” Sinha said.

He declared that those who tried to play with career of the youth won’t escape the law and strong action will be taken against them.

“Those involved (in leakage of examinations) won’t be spared. Law will take its own course against them,” he said.

However, the Lieutenant Governor said he realised the problems faced by the genuine candidates (due to cancellation of the examinations) but assured that those who have ability will clear the exams again. He announced that all three examinations will be held in the month of October.

“Those who wanted to get jobs by other means, their days are gone,” he asserted.

Describing cancellation of examinations as “tough decision,” the Lieutenant Governor said there can be no compromise with transparency (in the exams).

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